Varscona Hotel on Whyte
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... and his talking-GPS thingy! We took our Panadol through to Maddi at breakfast as the headache has started now, so hopefully she will feel a bit better without a throbbing head. It's our last day here in Edmonton today and quite cloudy for the first time. We're all looking forward to Vancouver tomorrow - although there are warnings everywhere about allowing plenty of time for the airport, as there will be bike boxes EVERYWHERE with the majority of athletes leaving town. Gulp. Wish us ...
... two high-school friends for a leisurely meal and catching up on each other's lives, also celebrating our 61st birthdays this year and Janet's retirement.
I signed up for this "expedition cruise" for a few reasons: I had enjoyed previous polar trips (I don't mind cold, when I'm dressed for it), I expected to see wildlife, and I wanted to see some of the Far ...
... up on the board at the first try. It looked so effortless that I decided I had to try it as well. So I jumped into the chilly water and listened to Max’s tips. You have to place your feet on the board in a certain position and then let the boat lift you up out of the water, but this was easier said than done. However, thanks to their patience and my snowboarding skills, it only took 3 attempts to get me standing on that wake board. It was awesome to fly over the waves while the ...
... t have Daylight Savings Time.
Our mini-bus and driver were at the airport to pick us up and it was about a 45-minute drive to our hotel. As soon as we stepped outside, it felt like walking into a sauna ... the hot, humid air was a pleasant greeting. We settled into our nice 5-star hotel and had a bite to eat before turning in for the night.
... and never was the whole time I lived here --
Thursday I leave for Edmonton - about 1.75hr drive - the new southern 'bypass' road is a joy - I arrive for coffee with Edna - and after a great visit getting caught up on mutual friends and her
children/grandchildren leave very glad I stopped in -- it's a quick jaunt back on the Anthony Henday bypass to Barbara/Patrick and for a few moments their son and oldest grandchild --
they have finished renovations and ...