Super 8 Fort Saskatchewan

Address: 8750 84th Street, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, T8L 4P5, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8750 84th Street, Fort Saskatchewan, is near Whyte Avenue, Old Strathcona, Eagle Rock Golf Course, and Whitemud Equine Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Fort Saskatchewan

Day 40 - Feeling like the poor cousins

A travel blog entry by bharvey on Jun 28, 2015

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... and the sign also read "Looking to the future." I love to read the motto's or statements they post on the town/village signs.

With our late departure from Red Deer we arrived late in Wainwright and first went to Camp Wainwright, which Denis really wanted to see. We had passed an interpretive sign alongside the highway as we approached Wainwright but didn't stop and I only caught what I think was the title-- Buffalo ...

Elk Island National Park

A travel blog entry by redwing on Jun 16, 2015

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... The trail leads down to a lakefront marsh. They have built a floating boardwalk through the marsh, ideal bittern habitat.
And he is here alright, we hear him clearly within several meters of us. But try as we might, we cannot find him. Does this count?
We return the following evening as well and once again we can hear that weird cross between a snort and a honk that is the call of the AMERICAN BITTERN. And ...

Giving Remembrance - Today a day of reflection

A travel blog entry by gardendiva on Nov 11, 2014

... a whole new level. The bugler belted out the Last Post.... and the two minutes of silence before Reveille; I found myself going back to Benny Sur Mer. A warm summer afternoon where Chris and I visited just a small portion of the men that perished on D-Day and the days soon to follow. I went back to the headstone of young man... 21 years of age that the story of his life printed out for visitors to read. Placed by his loving ...

Best for Last!

A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jul 11, 2014

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... the Royal Alberta Museum from where you have a perfect view over the River Valley and the High Level Bridge, where the fireworks were lit at 11pm. It was a magical moment, standing there with my friends, in this great country, admiring the fireworks on their national holiday. It was a great show and went on for quite a while, so once it was over we realized how tired we actually were and went straight to bed. Wednesday was supposed to be another recovery day but we didn’t ...

Day 30: The Epilogue

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jan 22, 2014

... ordering "Coke"

  • An incident involving driving on the wrong side of the road
  • Based on these criteria, I'd say the trip was a complete success! With that in mind...

    Aidan's Top Five Most Memorable Moments
    5) Standing in the Globe and imagining Shakespeare doing the same at some point. So amazing.
    4) Walking around Paris and realizing that yes, this probably is the most beautiful city in the world.
    3) The atmosphere at Stamford ...