Your outfit will be the talk of the arena at the next Winnipeg Jets game when you have this True Classics tri-blend raglan T-shirt from Fanatics Branded. The lively graphics will announce your loyalty to the team with some flair!
If you are planning to visit Edmonton, Canada any time soon, you are in for a big treat. This is one of the most vibrant cities in North America and no wonder it has been christened Canada's festival City. There is something happening every minute at the street corner, theaters, parks and any other available space. This is one of the few destinations where you can still find something fantastic to do any time of the year. Add to this the exquisite hospitality offered by West Edmonton hotels and you realize why this is a must-visit destination. Well, you might have visited the city many other times but do you know there are many things you still don't know about it? In fact, residents here still keep discovering new facts and this is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. 1. Sun galore: This is the sunniest city in Canada with over 2,000 hours of sun throughout the year with long summer days and less precipitation than other locations. 2. Panoramic scenery: Lush greenery, beautiful woods, the refreshingly calm Saskatchewan River, and myriad parks, all these make this an alluring laidback yet modern place. 3. Canada's festival City: There are over 30 festivals annually, and big shows, which make this an exciting place to visit. 4. W.P. Kinsella, the author of Shoeless Joe, which spawned the movie Field of Dreams started off here. 5. Telus World of Science is a science marvel and it is the country's largest planetarium. 6. West Edmonton Mall (WEM), North America's largest mall, equivalent to 47 blocks and featuring the world's largest indoor lake is to be found here. 7. This is home to the country's largest living history museum (Fort Edmonton Park). 9. You know Michael J. Fox, right? From Family Ties, Spin City, Teen Wolf, Back to the Future, this talented movie star boasting 4 Emmys and 4 Golden Globe Awards comes from here. 10. Elk Island National Park is home to the highest density of hoofed mammals per square kilometer across the world.
This is the best time to bundle up and make the most of the winter months by enjoying the snow. If you do not know how to ice skate, do not worry. There are plenty of beginner lessons available. If you want to enjoy the winter in Edmonton, you can do so by participating in one of the many winter festivals that take place throughout the city during the month of December. Snowmobile racing takes place in the last weekend of January in Edmonton. You can participate in this event if you sign up. The venue for the snowmobile racing changes every year so it is necessary to sign up prior to the event so that you understand the route. Anyone who has a snowmobile can participate in this annual event. After a long, cold winter in Edmonton, many people are eagerly anticipating the arrival of spring. The spring and summer months are short in this part of Canada, but those who live in Edmonton know how to make the most of them.
The Edmonton Celebration of Spring takes place at the last weekend in April and is a time when people get outdoors and enjoy flea markets, street vendors and even a parade to hail the coming of the warmer months. The August Edmonton Book Sellers Fair is meant to give those who have not yet been published a chance to get discovered. There are many self published authors who attend this annual book sellers fair with the intent of getting their books distributed by the major presses, who usually send representatives to see the fair. If you have a book that you want to sell, or if you want to take a look at some of the books by unknown authors as of yet, you can enjoy this annual August Edmonton, Alberta event. Whether you enjoy sports, the outdoors or culture, you can find what you are looking for when you seek out Edmonton, Alberta events.
Verdant and lush Beacon Hill Park is only two blocks from downtown Victoria and the Inner Harbor on the southern tip of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. My mother, niece and I spent three wonderful days on Vancouver Island and this merely gave us an overview. One cannot begin to see everything this wonderful island has to offer in that limited amount of time. Suffice it to say, we would happily go back and enjoy exploring more of this part of the world. We had already spent five glorious days in Vancouver and I have written a number of posts regarding our experiences there. Our first day on Vancouver Island after disembarking from our ship we toured Butchart Gardens. It is world renowned and was engineered, built and designed to fit into an old depleted limestone quarry. We toured it for many hours as it sits on 55 acres of land and then went back to the gardens at night to see the entertainment culminating with a fireworks display that lit up the sky.
This second full day on the island, we had taken a double decked Grayline bus tour of the island and were introduced to Beacon Hill Park among many other sights. The park was close to our hotel (the Royal Scot) which was our home away from home for our short stay on Vancouver Island. So after we had finished the tour, we decided to walk back to the park and spend more time there. We liked what we had seen on the bus tour and wanted to see more of Beacon Hill Park in a more leisurely manner. Average daily summer temperatures in Victoria are between 70 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. It is similar to a Northern Mediterranean climate. We particularly were loving it as it is very hot and humid during normal Houston, Texas summers from where we had come. So this respite from the heat was being relished by us. We found out that Beacon Hill Park became a municipal park in Victoria in the year 1882. It consists of over 200 acres and is the largest park on the southern tip of Vancouver Island.
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