Union Bank Inn

Address: 10053 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J-1S5, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the North Central Edmonton area of Edmonton, is near Citadel Theatre, Edmonton Symphony, Sir Winston Churchill Square, and Shaw Conference Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Edmonton

    Departure Day

    A travel blog entry by rena_alpine55 on Feb 22, 2015

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    ... was "karma" for Chris bugging Noel. Noel decided he wanted to take a picture of Chris going thru security, but the security guard raced over & told Noel it was a good thing he hadn't taken a picture, or he would have had to call the RCMP & possibly arrest Noel!!! Then a few minutes later the Allin "Bros" tried to watch planes & they got kicked out of the secure area. All this & we hadn't even left Edmonton yet!!! We got to Calgary on a clear, sunny day ...

    Home for christmas

    A travel blog entry by miller.r.lowe on Feb 12, 2015

    ... fiercely than any other passion I have known in my life. I only pray they know that.

    It was unreal to see all the old friends, surprise stew and Jake, and even get out to the house party at Brendan's new place, and totally be blown away by the changes I see in old faces.

    As for actual experiences, of course Christmas day and all old nostalgia of Edmonton was a much needed rush of comfort, no stress or worry about my needs or where I would go ...

    Grand Final day was always going to be epic...

    A travel blog entry by shankspony on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... so were slowing down. Well, I say slowing down - they were hardly slow in cornering. We were relying on the event commentary and twitter feeds to fill us in on what was happening out on the bike, and knew there had been a breakaway when Alistair Brownlee and two others (who had never featured before in any race throughout the entire season, hmm) were around a minute ahead of the main bunch. It was going to come down to the run and the placings to ensure Javi retained his crown. ...

    Off to a horse ranch

    A travel blog entry by briannaclark91 on Jul 30, 2014

    ... footy netball but chuck wagons instead. There is a lot of Indians in Alberta and they are kind people, I noticed a lot were heavily overweight though from drinking pop and cheap easy meals I'm told. The chuck wagons were cool to watch as very fast! There was also chariots, trick riding, wild pony racing and mini chuck wagon racing. Allan supplied the wild ponies and the event is where 3 kids to a team try to hold the lead rope whilst one of ...

    Day 7

    A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Jun 30, 2014

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    Left Edmonton today, rolling hills, lots of horses & cattle, some Canadian Geese, and a few deer . Beautiful valley coming into Whitecourt AB. Pretty good headwind today, that's not good for fuel mileage!! Past Whitecourt, thick forest, lots of caution signs about deer & moose but no sightings. Medians and right of ways/shoulders are huge in Canada, lots of Queen Ann's lace on the right of ways. As of today 2,200 miles from home and haven't even started our 50 day Alaskan ...