Sandman Hotel Edmonton West
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Room service
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... staying in was around 12,000/year. We were to find this info out for Seany as he mentioned it might be cool to live over there for a year & make a good tax-free engineering salary!) Another new urban area with full Marina/water canels existed with this area having tons & tons of very tall skyscrapers. One had had a fire the week before which we had heard on the news & you could see about 10-15 floors burnt about 50 floors up. We were caught in traffic jam ...
... sleep next. We also went on a boarding trip in the rockies, and even got to go to bob sleighing for my first time! Which was quite an adrenaline rush, 122 km/h, in 60 seconds! some of the corners were so intense you feel 5G's of force! I struggled to keep my head up but got quite battered on the sharp turns in the back seat.
I would like to write more about my three weeks home, but to be honest it was gone in a moment, like grasping at plumes of smoke. ...
Well - first attempt at a blog entry - will be a short one, Im leaving tonight for Vietnam - and after 26.5 hours of travel (yep thats right, I added it up so I can mentally prepare...) I will be in Hanoi - which is Vietnam's capital city.
Luan, the volunteer coordinator in Vietnam will pick me up from the airport and take me to my hotel in Hanoi for a quick freshen up and then ...
... and will save your life. Do not underestimate the power of a snickers as it really satisfies…
Handmade hamburgers… Taking a page from the Aussies and their love of the grill. Make your own hamburgers, buy the meat, the breadcrumbs, and mix whatever you want into it. Throw that on the grill and eat it, you will never go back to processed cardboard patties ever again.
The "I am moments"… I am sure we have wrote about it previously. But ...
... here, what last 6 months.
Some of our visits of Edmonton, we also stop by our friend Tony, who we met two years ago in the Jasper mountains while backpacking. Tony was in a big trouble there, and we helped him out. Actually, we were all in trouble, while August-summer backpacking turned to snow storm winter conditions right over the night, and the life-threatening problem was on. Tony is still very grateful what we did for him, we became very good friends and ...