Riverview Inn

Address: 10209 100th Ave., (formerly Econo Lodge Downtown), Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0A1, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10209 100th Ave., (formerly Econo Lodge Downtown), Edmonton, is near Citadel Theatre, Edmonton Symphony, Sir Winston Churchill Square, and Edmonton Public Schools Archives & Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Edmonton

Uh oh I'm eating my sandwich!!

A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Feb 28, 2015

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... to Skopje where he didn't have a passport so he couldn't leave yo smoke!!! He was horrible we almost killed each other. And nowhere in any of the airports do they sell nicorette or anything similar! Luckily he was able to run out in Edmonton, while I sat waiting some random lady sat down beside me looked at me and said they took my fan! What?! They took my fan! Because it had blades in it... Ummm wait what? Now ...

Departure Day

A travel blog entry by rena_alpine55 on Feb 22, 2015

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... 3 on the ground with the altitude. "Well, too late for Noely! I only had a few more glasses of wine which probably helped me sleep the best of us 3. All of us had about 5 hrs of laying in the beds, but I was the only one who was pretty sure I'd slept at least some. Chris said he had heartburn from all the rich steak, gravy, deserts, etc. So we all took advantage of the perks of flying Business class & maybe when they turned on the lights at 2:30 am our time, to feed ...


A travel blog entry by pyres on Aug 30, 2014

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... as we walked closer to historic Old Strathcona district, the houses became smaller, shadier and more run-down somehow. When we got to that district, we discovered that it was filled with local "bohemians": dirty hippies, drug addicts, shady tattooed dudes, drunks and all of the above combined. After a dinner at a local restaurant, we took a bus back to the downtown, picked up the car and drove to ...

Off to a horse ranch

A travel blog entry by briannaclark91 on Jul 30, 2014

... feed bins. Also making and selling mini chuck wagons. It was great to see Rach and Min again who were very welcoming. We are staying at an old house 5 minute drive from the main house. We get supplied meals and accommodation and apparently $200 a week for working. The pay isn't the best but the experience and learning new things is well worth it. There had been a lot of past foreigners stay here before us like Germans, Norwegians and ...

T-minus 1 Day until Takeoff

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 28, 2014


... understand that a visit to Mexico without checking out the arts & crafts market, sampling mole, and tasting a truly good tequila is akin to a crime. I imagine this will be an eye-opening and wonderful experience.

Aidan is not coming with me--he used up his vacation days during our winter trip to England, France, and Germany, but he also took two weeks off in June to watch the World Cup. And he never wanted to visit Mexico anyway. But I'm okay with that and so is ...