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4320 - 44 Street, Lloydminster, Alberta, S9V 1R5, Canada | Motel
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This motel is located on 4320 - 44 Street, Lloydminster.
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    Travel Blogs from Lloydminster

    Rain, Rain, and travel

    A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Sep 26, 2013

    ... were about five spaces with full hookups. Overgrown and muddy but a welcome site. There was an honest box to put your $25 for the night and Santiago wrote on the envelope "you saved our ass!" The next morning we realized we were staying in a very rundown area, Dundern. Sun was out and we all went back in store for the restroom and on the road ...

    Slide out wouldn't slide in!

    A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Sep 25, 2013

    ... some advice and hopefully it will not happen again. On our way to Elk Island NP. Beautiful, saw lots of Bison. Nice lake. Met couple from Australia. They paid 60,000 for 29 ft trailer couldn't believe we paid 11,000 for 31 ft. Exchanged addresses with Satiago. Went on nice walk hoping to see Elk, no luck. Nice dinner and ...

    Clean up day in Edmonton

    A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Sep 24, 2013

    Stayed at RV park with 10 for showers. I gave it a minus 10. Either scalding hot or cold ran out of water before finished washing my hair. Washed all of our clothes. Swept and mopped trailer nice to get things all cleaned up. Drove around Edmonton, capital of Alberta, found caster store for trailer. Shopped at Costco. Ready for the rest of the ...


    A travel blog entry by okaw2 on Jul 30, 2013

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    After another long day of driving, we got to the information center in Lloydminster. We had called one place earlier, but they were full. The helpful guy at the center gave us the info and maps we needed. In spite of a bad write-up on the web, we decided to try Weaver Campground, in the city. What a pleasant surprise--nice site, ...

    Hanging Out in Canada's only Border Town!

    A travel blog entry by steppingout on Aug 01, 2012

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    ... out at Battlefords Provinicial Park, SASK with 4 boys who ate, swam, rode bikes, ate some more, engaged in mock battles and built Lego creations. Went for a visit to Fort Battleford (another important outpost of the Northwest Mounted Police) and learned about life in a non-military fort.
    Our second week included an adults only jaunt into Edmonton for a night to enjoy the ...