Wingate By Wyndham - Edmonton West

Address: 18220 100 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6J1G3, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18220 100 Avenue, Edmonton, is near West Edmonton Mall, Galaxyland, Jubilations Dinner Theatre, and Fantasyland.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Wingate By Wyndham - Edmonton West

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Edmonton

Onto the Big City -

A travel blog entry by wanderingward on Sep 23, 2014

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Sept 21 - let's go back to Sunday - a lovely family BBQ - in honor of Deb's father who is 86..
he has been retired 30 yrs and is enjoying life with his wife !! - a long ride Camrose to Red
Deer - the concert is 7:30 we arrive 7:29 -- for some reason people are waiting to go in - our
good luck!! - Ian Tyson appears after the 'warm up' - he is 81 - Sept 25 - a good solid concert
he is on stage at least 1.5hrs and returns for 2 encores -- it is a sold out concert - ...

Birthdays and Race Day...

A travel blog entry by shankspony on Aug 30, 2014

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... that would work, come TinMan time...
So it really felt like a birthday this evening, with a wonderful dinner out surrounded by loved ones!! Thank you everyone for your birthday wishes, and to the Edmonton Crew for making it a special day - thanks to Nana for a lovely card this morning over my cuppa in bed from Graeme, and thank you to my lovely hugsband for not being too proud to share my compression socks, "Love is..." huh?


Relaxing in Edmonton

A travel blog entry by kate99 on Jul 06, 2014

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I got to Edmonton early one morning, having spent the night on the train. This was fine except I think the driver had been trying to make up for lost time by travelling at something close to warp speed. I say close to because it was actually pretty bumpy and uncomfortable, even lying down, so when I got off the train I found I was still swaying. This made my first day in Edmonton pretty interesting, as I swayed to the hostel and checked in, then swayed to the Muttart Conservatory ...

Fall (winter) in Alberta...:-)

A travel blog entry by mtrm on Dec 04, 2013

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... coal..... you have heard about oil sand, right? The north of Edmonton is the place where this huge extraction is happening. Oil was here discovered right after the Second World War, in 1947. That triggered a huge influx of population that still did not stop , and in fact continues to grow. Edmonton as a city was founded in 1905 , when it was still on the banks of the River North Saskatchewan where first settlers lived in primitive tents. After the war, Edmonton had over ...

Bryan here we come !

A travel blog entry by brytorlyn on Sep 19, 2013

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... stew with dumplings. Lyndsey being a city girl and half Chinese assumed that the dumplings would be like we get in the local Chinese restaurants! She was somewhat disappointed to find out that the dumpling was a big doughy biscuit in her stew! LOL

Glad we live in these times and not back in the boom town ...