Super 8 Edmonton International Airport

Address: 8004 Sparrow Crescent, Leduc, Alberta, T9E 7G1, Canada | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 8004 Sparrow Crescent, Leduc, is near RedTail Landing Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Leduc

    Best for Last!

    A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... but when we got home at midnight it was still not completely dark! This had been an amazing and long day and called for a sleep-in on Thursday morning. We then made Joey a 24th birthday breakfast including croissants, danish pastries and passion fruits. Later that day I met another one of Emily’s friends, Daisy, who came to join our tanning session in the garden. The weather in Edmonton was lovely and I would say it is pretty comparable to the Dutch summer. ...

    Canada Day Sing

    A travel blog entry by torirobinson on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... a lifesaver. And Clair had peppermint oil, which sounds weird, but if you roll it on the back of your neck it not only smells fantastically invigorating, it leaves a cooling sensation that helps to make you feel cooler.

    We took a bit to figure out where we were standing under an awning-type thing. Half of the choir was still in the sun anyway. We sang one set of mostly our tour pieces plus a couple more patriotic ones. Thankfully we were allowed to cool off ...

    Day 30: The Epilogue

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jan 22, 2014

    ... being there. The awe I felt standing in front of the Rosetta Stone, or Stonehenge, or in the Best family cellar with rock and roll history staring me in the face. Or upon realizing I was at the foot of the grave of Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, Elizabeth I, William Shakespeare...

    Of course there are things I won't miss, like the absent servers at restaurants, named streets that run in circles and change their names when you least expect it; winter ...

    Christmas time in Alberta, Canada

    A travel blog entry by mtrm on Jan 20, 2014

    15 photos

    ... to the charity per capita most in the world. You can see public collections, moneyboxes or food bank donations almost everywhere, any public place has at least one. People donate money, food, clothes, household items , books, simply anything what may be still used again. Everything goes back for use and exactly where it is needed. Solidarity and simple things donation has a long tradition among people here and everybody thinks this way.

    January has ...

    The Finals!

    A travel blog entry by travelin_biker on Jun 02, 2013

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    ... ballad. He rocked it!! Wow!!!
    There was 2 other competitors in his division. The other guy had a deep baritone voice. He did sound good, but was no where near the showman Rick is.
    They finally announce the winners. Rick got best "star" , or some such thing, and the other guy won the division. Poor Rick! He felt bad for everyone that ca
    me out and supported him. We just felt bad that he didn't win. That said, it means he can compete next ...