West Edmonton Mall Inn
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But with that being said, there are obviously places that stand above the others in our hearts.
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... in the park), apparently I hit the jackpot with bison viewing. My Edmonton-local friends Lindsay and Aidan tell me that the bison pretty much never get this close or in this number during higher tourist seasons. I also spent some time at the tranquil and beautiful Astotin Lake area. Here's more info about this very nice National Park, worth a visit if you're ever in the Edmonton ...
... is dressed in a red and black gown from another time.
We are a little early for our tour at 4 so we wander around the fountains and gardens taking a few pictures.
At four, we meet our tour guide in the foyer and find that we are joined by a few other people. Our guide is personable and able to easily answer questions that are ...
... back at home - still getting ready for this trip. Whoever said this leave would be restful was dreaming!
Some of you have been asking where I'm going on my big adventure. Not to bore you with too many details, but I thought I'd provide a short synopsis of countries and dates (as far as possible that is - I'll be seeing 16 African countries, plus Turkey and Jordan, as well ...