Ramada Edmonton Hotel And Conference Centre
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stay was fine staff was friendly. front entrance needs to be policed more for litter
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Saturday Nov 8th Happy Snowy Wedding Day! Ed, Di, Von, Toney, Pete and I went to Dennies Restaurant down the road and had a Canadian breakky. Pete and I then went through the shops at Town Centre on our own for a few hours then back to the "condo" to get ready. We were picked up early so was a bit ...
... these annual trips, but she encourages them, even going so far as to have included them in her wedding vows! She knows I have gone on a trip every year (with the exception of maybe 2 or 3) since 1989. Add to that caring for our Shelties; Kacy & Finnygan, who can be a handful at times, plus the responsibility and commitment not to leave them alone for too long each day. There is also the consideration of the financial outlay, which ...
... for me. I look up different towns along our route and suggest that we might want to stop in Lacombe to see the murals in the town. There is no response and I am not even sure that Jim heard me. It does not matter as I am feeling lethargic and sleepy. I am not sure if it is the food or the fact that I am bogged down with this cold, maybe it’s the fact that I was up so early. Whatever it is, I am not feeling well and doze off ...
... with the Royal Tyrrell Museum, so why try?) - the usual problems with introduced species (check!), habitat degradation and destruction (check!) and species extinction or near extinction (check!) ... plus the usual (few) success stories of how some species have been (or are being) saved/protected.
The other part was on the history of the settlement of Alberta ... brave, heroic white explorers and settlers riding along on ...
... playing human pin cushion to the travel health clinic, etc. I made it though. Go time.
Surprisingly enough, except for the typical pre-trip anxiety, I feel somewhat prepared. I have multi-functional clothing - leggings that double as fashionable leggings and running pants, swim shorts that are comfy enough to sleep in, a strapless dress that turns into a skirt and ice breaker underwear - oh the pleasure ...