Photo Post: Edmonton

July 3, 2010 at 8:06 pm Leave a comment


One of the few splashes of colour on a grey day in downtown Edmonton — First Presbyterian Church


Just a visual example of why I didn’t care so much for downtown Edmonton…


The Alberta Legislature was easily the most handsome building in Edmonton. Many thanks for the folks at the visitor centre for telling me to go!


And if “The Leg” was the most handsome building, then the Art Gallery was the most interesting!


Example #2 of why I found Edmonton unattractive: the downtown library


And of course the railway hotels never disappoint. Edmonton’s is the Hotel MacDonald, which is now run by Fairmont.

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Entry filed under: Alberta, Edmonton, Photos.

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