Ramada Edmonton Hotel And Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Edmonton Hotel And Conference Centre
stay was fine staff was friendly. front entrance needs to be policed more for litter
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... buildings & narrow alleys. The driver said he couldn't drive us closer & was going to drop us off seemingly on a deserted street nearby. So Noel & I plus the driver went to find it even though the driver was going to leave his cab going with our luggage in it at the side of street. But Chris stayed, we found it & checked in to this quirky little hotel with inner courtyard & strange art all around!! The room had short doors & only a padlock to lock the ...
Well after a stellar two week hitching trip in the south island I spent the remaining two weeks in New Zealand I had working in Tauranga and chilling with a newly found friend Jake. Not gonna lie Jake was a little crazy but the good kind of crazy. We spent most of our time drinking or smoking, littered with a couple awesome jam sessions I attempted to provide vocals for. But it wasn't all lounging, we did get out surfing for my first time, where I did manage to get ...
Sunday here in Edmonton was the big day for the World Triathlon Series Grand Final. The Championship was up for grabs and the top four spots were not guaranteed - at all. Graeme and I were up early making our sign to take down to Hawrelak Park (thank goodness the tubes of paint didn't explode in my bag!) and we hoped to meet up with Anneke somewhere around the course. As usual, the transport was easy peasy lemon squeasy and we hopped on the train and then one of the event buses ...
... to people. Colleen is the oldest daughter and she has Down syndrome, she is a lovely lady. We have been for a few trail rides which has been what I've been waiting for :) I rode a 16 hands horse called Radar, he's a big beautiful horse and one of the most broken in horses as he is Chris's saddle horse and has been around for years. They ride with western saddles and use bridles which use a different technique called neck reigning. To neck ...
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