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

    What we have learned about travel and ourselves

    A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Jun 18, 2014

    ... how long these underpants have been hugging your hips. You really start to change your preconceived notion of what is “clean”. The level of stains, dust and dirt start to take over your idea of clean. With constant travel and moving around, hand washing just sometimes is not an option, until you have a rest stop. The best day in any travellers time away… Finding a washer and a dryer after losing count since you saw one last. The smell, the feeling and texture of ...

    On our way...

    A travel blog entry by wiedeman on Mar 10, 2014

    ... We had two meals, which again met airline standards, but were not culinary masterpieces. As well they provided wine, which didn't taste like it came from the best part of the barrel. We arrived at Beijing about 4 PM to a very smoggy climate. The airport was built for the olympics and supposedly is the largest in the world. It is big and we had to take a five minute train ride to the baggage pickup. The immigration process went smoothly and we met the ...

    Christmas time in Alberta, Canada

    A travel blog entry by mtrm on Jan 20, 2014

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    ... other buildings around, all lights in Christmas colours, there are also figures of reindeer , elk , bears, and last but not least, Santa Claus. With all the snow what Canada always gets, it s really like in a fairy tale.

    Families gather here for dinner on Christmas Day, so on 25th instead of 24th as we do in Central Europe. Turkey is usually being served. For such a canadian Christmas dinner I was invited to Goeij family who I work for. That was really nice evening ...


    A travel blog entry by pyoung on Sep 21, 2013


    ... our homes to travel reshape us. We want the changes to last, but "how do we weave...all the ephemeral moments and all we have seen and felt and learned, into the starched and unbending routines of home?"

    I began to consider an answer to this question before we returned from France. In my post "Les delices de Provence," I decided to weave a little Provencal .food culture into my eating habits. I've dug up a recipe ...

    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 ...