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A Travel Blog by comeasyouare
... Canada & the US. Some highlights include: - Service in David, Vulcan, Anton, & Penonome -Day trips to Isla grande, Panama City, El Valle de Anton - Jungle preaching - Coffee plantation touring -Memorial commemoration & Kingdom Hall renovations
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A Travel Blog entry by kcossin from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
... in a climate that is as low as -40C at times in the year. Go figure! We also went to the Legislature building, City Hall, and got to see the downtown College and the University of Alberta. The University is amazing in that it has world class heath ...
A Travel Blog entry by lobo from Dawson City, Yukon, Canada
... of dried fruits, coffee and one case of condensed milk! There were three main routes to get to Dawson City and the Klondike goldfields. Since Edmonton was the northern end of the railway, the Canadian route was an overland trail from Edmonton. It was an ...
A Travel Blog entry by geo_sutcliffe from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
... air here is so cold but so incredibly nice. last night it went down to -16c, awwch! i really like the outskirts of edmonton, the city isnt very nice though. watched "chasing amy" with a group of guys in the games room down stairs, was getting hostile ...
A Travel Blog entry by diannemurray from New York City, New York, United States
... read some of the inscriptions. Áfter, we headed east again, skirting the financial district to the park at City Hall, with impressive historic buildings around it, and then onto the central walkway of the Brooklyn Bridge, a lot easier than ...
A Travel Blog entry by mgraveli from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
... so. I then headed in the general direction I thought the Fort would be, only to find myself in front of a very interesting looking city hall and a very uniquely designed Art Gallery. Tired and with feet swollen and sore, a shoe with a hole in one of ...
A Travel Blog entry by finandmandy from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
... drove out of the Rocky Mountains to Edmonton. The temperature in Edmonton is currently -1 degree. We looked around the city and saw city hall, main street, Legislature park … not much to see and even the information centre said there is not much to ...
A Travel Blog entry by lolly from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
... one day soon financially float our country through an economic crisis. *** Later we did walk around one of the curious corners and we found city hall! The next morning we had no idea where the bus station was so we took a cab - it brought us right back ...
A Travel Blog entry by lightweight from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
... to use every inch of land in the center or suburbs which results in a lots of open park lands and trees. With Edmonton the city is built either side of the North Saskatchewan River which as resulted in a forested areas ...
A Travel Blog entry by adamjames from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
... beer. In BOTTLES. XXXX, VB, and Extra Dry. Beer in Canada never tasted so good. The next day we visited the Edmonton Mall, initially attempting some shopping but then just ending up soaking at the Waterpark. Returning to Alison's, we then engaged in some ...
A Travel Blog entry by gayle756 from New York City, New York, United States
Our seven nights in NY began when we arrived on a flight from Edmonton via Toronto to magnificent views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty. The city is vast and 'tall' As it was Sunday we had no difficulty catching a cab to our accommodation Eastgate ...
A Travel Blog entry by fricke from New York City, New York, United States
... and walked over to Times square to check out the insanity. There was a ton of people and so many lights it was crazy. We seen Radio City Music hall as well, went to a few bars, walked a ton, got on the news, had a C-list celeb sighting, and went to bed at ...
A Travel Blog entry by cindyhargrave from Calgary, Alberta, Canada
... ; It was a bit bizarre actually. It was quite a warm day, and there were people of all ages swimming in the fountains outside City Hall and the Parliament Building. I am not joking it is like a trip to the beach for these people - beach towels ...
A Travel Blog entry by starlagurl from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Feb. 6 - 7 p.m. leave Ottawa get to Edmonton 11:30 p.m. Feb. 7 - Explore the city... Art gallery, City Hall Feb. 8 - Explore the city... Old Strathcona Farmer's Market, 10310 83 Avenue 8 a.m.-3 ...
A Travel Blog entry by gorchuk from Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
... don't worry mom, we were very safe!). I am really glad we did the walk. Then for something completely different we did a tour of the City Hall. Believe it or not it is a hot ticket that you have to sign up for as it just opened up after renovations and ...
A Travel Blog entry by frawldog from Manila, Luzon, Philippines
... good part about it is that when it gets hot, we can go to a mall that is air conditioned. We walked to a mall that was near city hall and stayed there for about an hour or so and ate lunch. It was $3, but the food tasted like about that. So afterwards, ...
A Travel Blog entry by jcotton from Ansan, Korea Rep.
... did, they weren't letting on! Everyone was pretty excited!! Reminded me of being home... This weekend we are heading into City Hall to catch the last game of the round robin for Korea when they play Switzerland. There is supposed to be upwards of a ...
A Travel Blog entry by bradleyt from Calgary, Alberta, Canada
... time (CN, Stratosphere, Space Needle, Sears Tower) and this was the worst one. Save your money. I quickly dropped by Calgary City Hall (built 1912) since it looked very interesting from the tower. It's design and use of local sandstone makes it stand ...
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This municipal building's pyramid shape is strikingly contemporary.