Ramada Edmonton Hotel And Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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stay was fine staff was friendly. front entrance needs to be policed more for litter
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... it in turns to use the bathroom and basement. Dianne was getting all the sweets organised for trick or treat filling bowls with lollies and chips.
The outfits were amazing, we all looked great and in the mood to party. We had 2 taxis plus another car to take everyone to Julios Barrio on Whyte Avenue, a colourful and fun decorated restaurant, for dinner and drinks before ...
... on at least 3 occasions and I had almost completely dried it when I lost it, somewhere between Bowden & Ponoka. Again, the ironical irony of it all, after all our trips together including this one of 13 500+ kms I lost it with 150 kms of home.
A bacon cheeseburger helped to soften the loss, and the remaining 100ish km went by quickly and without incident culminating where we began 31 days ago, in my driveway.
Years ago, a series of events on one very hot and lazy late-August afternoon conspired to turn Mexico into the kind of mythical place that only exists in dreams.
It started with my then-chosen career path: I was heart-set on becoming a paleontologist. I was about five or six (and precocious to boot) and totally obsessed with dinosaurs. This was during a period in the late 1980s and early 1990s in which theories about the dinosaur extinction seemed to be running ...
... nothing but miles and miles for miles and miles ... flat prarie or gently rolling prarie ... did I mention it was boring?
Anyway, finally arrived at the Coliseum Inn, which is opposite Edmonton's Ice Hockey Stadium - fortunately its not (AFAIUI) the Ice Hockey season.
Tomorrow - the Royal Alberta Museum and Fort Edmonton (another historical recreation-y site).
We survived the long trip home, the thing that makes you wonder if it's worth it to travel that far!
Hunter threw up on the plane from Shanghai, China to Vancouver a couple times and felt really bad. Do you know how thankful I was for the air circulation and the loud noise it makes? No one even seemed to notice us. (it may have been the smell of the food on China Eastern :-), take your own snacks!!)
We made it to Vancouver and they had a wheelchair waiting for me since I wore ...