Sawridge Inn And Conference Centre Edmonton South
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... generally good, kind hearted people. There are a few bad apples but generally, people are good. I honestly wasn't sure about this before I left - it is a scary thing to travel alone as a woman to India and Vietnam - but meeting all these strange people, from different cultures, religions, beliefs and values - I had very few, if any really dangerous of stressful situations (minus the horrible getting left at hospital incident...that was really the only bad ...
... farm land....dotted with memorials...everywhere....I mean everywhere. Its a big area....and again...really puts it home how big the front and some of the major battle areas were and this really was big. Books don't give you that sense of awe that is for sure.
I seem to only have one disappointment in the trip and that was Bastogne..as I did go out of my way to go there....and friggggg closed. The only problem of seat of the pants planning ...
... coming soon!)
Our goal this year is to ride from Edmonton directly ...
... been to. But i have come to realize that a 4 hour car ride, with your family or friends, your own music, your own pit stops and your own climate control is a gift and should be coveted. After enduring butt-numbing 24 hour bus rides in SA, 14 hour desert truck rides in Africa with no A/C and countless 10 hour plus airplane rides, one really finds out just how durable your posterior is. We have come from dreading a 6 hour flight to welcoming it with open arms and getting sad when we ...
... eat umbrellas and cold, whipping rain that needles through your flesh and chips away at your bones. And I will never, ever complain about Edmonton traffic, not after trying to navigate central London in a CitroŽn land yacht surrounded by angry Londoners.
But there it is. Distilling the experiences of a month long trip into a blog post is a difficult thing to do; much harder than I expected. I'm sure there are other realizations I'll have in the days to ...