Ramada Edmonton Hotel And Conference Centre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... the yellow wildflowers. At this point, the trees are almost exclusively evergreens...our route is lined on both sides at times by what are essentially Christmas trees.
I'm excited about today for several reasons. First, it's a short driving day...5 or 6 hours. Second, we finally move into the province with the cheapest gas prices. Alberta averages about USD $4.30 per gallon compared to more than $5.00 for the expensive locations ...
... any of the blog posts at any time. We also hope to upload photos as we travel and to have at least one update to this blog per day.
Because we will be on the go all day, the updates will probably be posted later in the evening after we get back to the hotel.
We are all excited and looking forward to this wonderful trip!
... a group of vocal students singing. Comfy couches, live music and Starbucks. Life is good, it would have been a whole cheaper and a lot less work to have just stayed here for a few weeks!
Now instead of leaving at 9:50pm we are supposed to leave at 10:27pm. I am wishing now I wore my runner(s) because when we get to Vancouver it my be a full out run to the next flight! Oh well if there is a reason to run then at least we have a hope of getting to the next flight.
The alarm is set for 9 this morning but we are both awake before that. I am tired as can be but I have to get up because I have nothing packed. It shouldn't take too long since everything is clean and only in need of rearranging. We have decided to check a third bag (and West Jet has graciously assessed a $20 charge for that privilege) so that we have sufficient room to bring back all the souvenirs we have purchased.
Jim helps me make ...
... ranging from the early Chinese settlers to the Aboriginal people and wildlife in Alberta. The displays were really cool, we found the wildlife ones to be fantastic with the different scenes created with the stuffed animals. For dinner we met up with Chase and Lindsay at High Flyers Dinner. It was really nice to see them and spend some time with them. The meal was a bit average but we had a nice time. After dinner we all ...