Sutton Place Hotel Edmonton
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Nath's monthly work trip to Edmonton happened to fall on a Friday, so I flew there after work and met him for the weekend. The flight is less than an hour and a half and it was beautiful flying over the mountains near Vancouver, then seeing the landscape change as it flattened out in Alberta (the next province over). The downtown area of Edmonton …
... so try to cram as much in on my weekends as I can considering we usually go visit Perry's Mom on one of my days off that leaves us 1 day to do things. We went to Klondike Days, and 2 weeks ago wnet to Heritage Days, there was 63 countries displaying food booth, traditional dancing and heritage shopping. Going to try to get to the Loop's in September sometime as it would be nice to come visit. Well not much ...
... spicy focaccia. It was a really nice treat and so nice to spend time with everyone.
Some other highlights include a walk downtown and around the river valley, a stop-in at Kara's friends record store 'Listen' on 124th st (where we bought a new pressing of a Holwlin' Wolf album and Dave Brubek live in Mexico!), coffee with Kara's good friend Kristine Wichuk who is in the process of moving to Iceland shortly and is recently engaged, and walk to the Safeway where I got ...
... Sun Chiu Kee on Centre Street and it was good. Since I'm still nursing my voice box back to health, the fresh crab and fish maw soup was superb in soothing the throat. The tofu appetizer was very good and the noodles went down very easily. We stayed and chatted for a bit before I realized that SHE had to get up for work tomorrow. Hahaha... I'm already on vacation mode!
We went over to ...
... one. As, I took a look around me the waves were constantly crashing on to shore harder than I had ever seen .The field was deserted and dusty because it was a place of sorrow and grief, just behind the battle field you could see a dark cemetery full of coffins and crosses. The ground looked old and dusty because there hadn't been a battle in years, so soon the ground would be bloody red and there would be people lying on the floor gasping, choking, and crying of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility