Union Bank Inn
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
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It's hard to believe that after all our preparation and planning this day is finally here. After a last minute morning trip to MEC to purchase a larger backpack for Darren, Randy (Darren's dad) picked us up and drove us to the airport. Of course, on the way I spill a few drops of my drink on my white T-shirt so that the first purchase of our trip is a Tide-to-Go pen. Oh well I am sure it will come in handy along the ...
... found any large animal. On the way back to the parking, we walked through a clearing that we've seen before and there was a large rock that I didn't recall seeing there. Still, it looked pretty much like a normal rock until we went around it a bit and noticed a long tail flicking behind it! It turned out to be a decent-size bison hiding or sleeping in tall grass. It wasn't afraid of us at all, so we stayed for a bit ...
... The mall is huge! And fab shops also. After going on the fair ground which had 3 massive roller coasters in all inside the mall, we headed for the pool. After thinking it would just be a wave pool with a couple of slides I w as very wrong. There must be at least 20 slides from tiny kids slides to vertical drops with loop the loop which shoots you in a pool! Beano ...
Well we are packed for our first adventure since having kids. Now if I can get just get tired enough for me to sleep. I get to excited that my mind just runs crazy before going and I usually end up having a ****** sleep. Well a few glasses of wine should help that so with that I'll sign off. Tomorrow PERU!
... to temperate arid and a featured one this one is set aside for different displays. We spent a good 2hours wandering around the place and then decided to head off to another park close by it is where all the Edmontanions go on their days off weekends etc even in the winter it is popular with cross country ski shoe walkers etc and the pond is frozen over so it becomes a ice skating rink, we saw some Canada geese so had a chance to see them really close up and get some ...