Sandman Hotel Edmonton West
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... 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 ...
Well, it's been a stressful few weeks to say the least. Thanks to those traveller friends who advised me to take a few weeks off to decompress from work and prep for the travel. It still didn't feel like enough. Finding just the right travel clothes and items, making my life completely electronic, researching the first leg of my trip, dealing with Bell (that was a full time job in and of itself), stressing about ...
... for the night and had the usual battle over the 50 stations as to what to watch rubbish or rubbish and we decided on rubbish, then was bed for us.
Well another fine day and a beautiful morning after a bit of a sleep in we went down to breakfast and nearly died there were kids and people every where the breakfast room was a smallish affair but we found a free table and settled in to have breakfast the selection was not huge usual juices coffee and cereals and well as ...
... leave at 1910 but it is now 1950. We just put ourselves & our luggage on the bus to thaw out only to be told it wasn't really ok to do that LOL! Look if you want cheap transportation & just need to get from A to B by no real set time then you can't go wrong with Greyhound but I wouldn't recommend it for families. We were warned by someone at the bus stop not to hang around at the ...
... 9pm before jetlag saw me having 'a quick lie down' which then lasted 9 hours.
After a few days chilling with with the in-laws to be, Derek and Sarah high-tailed it to Las Vegas to gamble away the life savings, and we were able to spend a few days with the kids. Eating sweets, larking about and staying up too late (I struggled to stay awake past 9, Alex and Lauren easily had more energy). As there was a small ski hill in the area we thought we’d warm up ...
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