Yellowhead Motor Inn

15004 Yellowhead Trail, Edmonton, Alberta, T5S 1A1, Canada
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Rexall Place

by jag17

Calling all hockey fans for some friend and I are planning to visit Edmonton in March to see the Sharks play the Oilers (and shop of course). Oiler tickets do not go on sale until February 13th for single games. That is pretty close to the March 3rd game. 1) Any idea how tough it will be to get a couple of seats, or should we bit the bullet and buy from a broker? 2) What do club seats entail?

Thanks for your help,
Jo Ann

RE: Rexall Place

by YVRDave

Thorton didn't deserve the penalty.
Even if you wait til the 13th and miss out you can still go to a broker after. So wait.
I'm not sure what Club is in Rexall but in GM Place it is a section with wider seats and more leg room. You also have servers to bring food and drinks to your seat. There is also better food options and a bar with TV's.
I found the tank strange that both levels funnel to one concourse. Vancouver has two but Rexall I think has one also.
Do you have seasons to the Sharks?

RE: Rexall Place

by ltt

if you call the day they go on sale, you should be able to get 2 seats together but they will likely be high up.

Travel Tips for Edmonton

The Provincial Museum of...

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The Provincial Museum of Alberta
The Provincial Museum of Alberta is one of Canada's most popular museums. The Museum offers a full range of exhibitions and activities for every age level and interest. Feature exhibitions at the Museum are changing all the time. Behind the scenes, 12 curatorial programs are responsible for building and making accessible some of the finest human and natural history collections in the country.

Fort Edmonton Park

by Tolik

Fort Edmonton Park, Canada’s largest open-air history park, is a recreation on the city’s early history. There’s an evocative reconstruction of the original Hudson’s Bay Company trading post of 1846, and of Jasper Avenue as it looked in 1885, 1905, and 1920. Here is the link to the Fort Edmonton Park

River Valley

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The North Saskatchewan River diagonally bisects the city, and Edmontonians are very (oddly) proud of their valley.

Networks of 'multi-use' trails (for bicycles, rollerblades, joggers, etc) abound up and down the river, and some parts of the valley are very popular and can get fairly crowded.

But it isn't hard to find a serene spot to gaze at nature. Not talking about tiny little animals.. I've seen a deer jump right in front of me before! The valley is so 'wild' that it doesn't seem like you are in the middle of the city at all. This picture for example was taken just downstream from Quesnell Bridge of Whitemud Drive (this city's best attempt at a freeway) - you can only barely make out some distant buildings on the U of A campus.

"A Touch of the Farm in the Heart of the City"

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The Farmers' Market comes to life every Saturday, when more than 130 vendors set up their little shops to sell garden products, arts & crafts, baked goods, meat products, preserved products and more. It's impossible to leave this place empty handed - there are so many good products and it's pretty easy to get a good deal. Open year round! Home-made fudge!! Usually not too expensive

Billy Budds Restaurant &...

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Billy Budds Restaurant & Lounge
If you like music that matches the shade of your denims, Billy Budd's may be just your type of hangout. Here, the lively Argyll Road watering hole offers a heaping dose of the blues to watch the collars of its regulars. The stage has carved itself a regional reputation for draws like The Howlers, Harpdog Brown and award-winning local rockers Hidden Agenda. Regardless of who's holding court under the lights the cover charge is never more that $3.


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Address: 15004 Yellowhead Trail, Edmonton, Alberta, T5S 1A1, Canada