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

Im HOME! Last Entry...

A travel blog entry by valmlegare on Dec 02, 2014

7 comments, 21 photos

... when you arent staying at a resort): facecloths (I didnt come across one the entire time I was away...), towels (depends on the hotel, you might be lucky if you get a towel..), swiss army knife - I didnt pack one of these and I found myself many times wishing I did, wet wipes and/or baby wipes - these are good for "showering" when you dont have time or water - to use in place of toilet paper when you end up getting sick - good to take on the airplane to ...

In case your wondering yup...I made it home

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 08, 2014

32 photos

... say....awesome way to go. No one was in my car. In no time I was at the airport. My big complaint is how far you have to walk...OMG. Seems air Canada is bragging about how they are in the new terminal 2 now holy **** its a serious long walk.... take an energy bar.

Heathrow is a weird airport...I was having recollections...the signage kinda sucks....but I managed to find the lobby....and they do not tell you your gate...until one hour ...

Day 1! - Boarding the Plane

A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Aug 06, 2014

3 photos

... no REAL plans set, this could very well change depending on the sights, the people we meet, the culture, and ourselves. I hope to walk away from this trip a changed woman with stories I can talk about for a life time. I can't wait to experience the 'ah-ha' moments that life surprises us all with. I'm excited (and slightly nervous) for the culture shock, ...

What we have learned about travel and ourselves

A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Jun 18, 2014

... But, even with the bad things listed above, how could I forget the great adventures in the great blue sea. Snorkelling, diving and swimming with multiple sharks, watching octopus change colours in front of me and seeing dolphins, seals and penguins for the first time. My appreciation, admiration and respect for the sea has grown exponentially.

Air travel is the worst… I have never been afraid to fly and still love to sit in that seat and get knocked back into ...

Day 30: The Epilogue

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jan 22, 2014

... ungodly early flight and fight through airport traffic and muddle through ordering food in a foreign language, but I fall apart when I miss a bus. These are good things to know about oneself.

I guess when you spend such a long time in a place that isn't your home, you start to develop strong associations because you're desperately trying to make the unfamiliar familiar again. The night birds that sang in the trees across the street from our flat in ...