West Edmonton Mall Inn
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... Germany, London then Paris. This was quickly abandoned as we just couldn't get around how long train travel would toss and how limited our time in each spot would take. We settled on Greece (Athens and Santorini) Italy (Rome, Florence, Venice) London and Paris. In doing this we debated about whether to take trains of flights. We eventually settled on flights as it would be cheaper as well as a quicker way to travel from country to country. ...
My flight to Reykjavik on Icelandair was due out of Edmonton at 6:25 pm. Corry and the girls all took me to the airport. After we said our goodbyes and I made it through security I decided to eat supper at Montana's.
The flight departed Edmonton on time which was a huge relief. The week prior there had been bad storms in Iceland and the flight had ...
After a delay leaving then airport we are well on our way!! The airplane is nice cozy and my seat mates are quiet! Currently watching a movie and drinking some tea!! Currently flying over canada somewhere near Edmonton!! Until next time readers! ...
... in some alleys. This is the unfortunate part; the murals in back alleys and on top of the murals are “No Parking” and “Private Property” signs. In my opinion this makes the murals undesirable photo subjects and I have lost interest. We then take a drive through the residential parts of town and notice that it is quite nice. And then, we manage to get lost and cannot find our way to the main highway. “If ...
... enjoyed a few nice nights out, going for coffees and beers with friends,
grabbing lunch at one of my favourite restaurants in Edmonton and just seeing
people for the last time this year. I am blessed to have friends and family who
care about me and will be thinking of me while I’m gone, as I will them, and
who will (hopefully) be there to greet me when I return home.
On my final week in Canada, I also had the great luck of ...