Ramada Edmonton South

Address: 5359 Calgary Trail South Bound, Edmonton, Alberta, T6H 4J9, Canada | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Calgary Trail North area of Edmonton, is near Whyte Avenue, Eagle Rock Golf Course, Varscona Theatre, and Phoenix Gymnastics Centre.
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    Departure Day

    A travel blog entry by rena_alpine55 on Feb 22, 2015

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    ... it was 2:00 am Dubaii & we fell asleep exhausted!!! Well, after the 3 of us having hit & miss sleeps (apparently I got the most again at maybe 5 hrs) from adjusting to the 11 hr time change, Chris and Noel were up & showered about 7 am, but since I had taken a melatonin at 3:30 ish, I wandered out to the breakfast area at 8:30 with un brushed teeth & hair & my shirt inside out!! Eggs & yogurt/musile for breaky & then we went exploring once cleaned ...

    Home for christmas

    A travel blog entry by miller.r.lowe on Feb 12, 2015

    ... we had an epic little adventure the same day to Omanawa falls, a random as little cove with beautiful crystal clear water and lush green forest all around. All and all amazing time with some very ****** work at bayfair mall. But it was back to the great white north for christmas, and I was incredibly excited.

    The plane rides I honestly have just grown immune to, so no problems there, but the waiting was quite.... unbearable really. Coming in over ...

    Off to a horse ranch

    A travel blog entry by briannaclark91 on Jul 30, 2014

    ... hold both reins with only one hand and hold your hand high on there neck in whatever direction you want to go. It's easier to learn on a good horse who already is very use to it. Its interesting learning all the different ways they approach things with horses compared to the English way I was taught. The land is fairly flat and green with slow rolling hills. We rode through thick trees along a river which was beautiful and a lot of fun! There ...

    What we have learned about travel and ourselves

    A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Jun 18, 2014

    ... the coffee tree.

    Bartering… I hate bartering with a passion. Maybe it is the good ole Canadian boy in me, but disputing the price of a copper bracelet to save a dollar with a kind African who lives in a hut does not make me happy when i save the dollar. Yes, i see the need for it when i want to buy ****** Riy-Don’s from a corrupt and shady sunglasses salesmen in Zanzibar. While he tries to charge me $100 dollars for fake glasses, that i am quite sure have ...

    Fall (winter) in Alberta...:-)

    A travel blog entry by mtrm on Dec 04, 2013

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    ... call dry or humid air, but truth is, that since we came, there has been so moisture, nowdays in snow, that we have already so much of it as nowhere in the world and in early December we have at least half a meter already.

    Our first winter in Canada in 2011-12 we spent in the mountains of British Columbia, in areas with the highest snowfall in the world. I would say Edmonton does not stay much behind BC when talking about snowfall.

    However, we keep still ...