Sunday, June 13, 2010

West Edmonton Mall

We stopped in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on June 5, 2010.  We were so close to the Edmonton Mall that we had to drive over to see it.  If you didn't know... the West Edmonton Mall is the largest shopping mall in North America.

The first thing we saw was the ice rink - smack dab right in the middle of the mall.  Hubby said it looked professional hockey size to him.  It was huge!

Then we walked into Galaxyland...


And this rollercoaster...there are four of them in Galaxyland!  We left Galaxyland and stopped at Burbon Street for supper at Mr. Mikes Steakhouse where we had a yummy meal.

After supper we continued walking through the mall and discovered this replica of one of Christopher Columbus' ships.  You can hold parties here.

Then we found the World Waterpark...

With this huge wave pool!!!!  Doesn't that look like fun?  It just closed so there is no wave action when we took the picture.

I discovered a "Royal Doulton" store in the mall and of course we stopped at it on our way out of the mall.  I'll have to show you what I bought there when we return home from our trip because it is packed safely away in our RV now.

Hope you enjoyed our tour of the West Edmonton Mall.  There must have been hundreds of stores here and believe it or not there were other attractions that were closed that we didn't get to see.

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  1. What a majestic place, we have nothing like this at all in Denmark.
    Those pools are incredible.
    Have a lovely weekend Sandy,

  2. Wow Sandy! That place is amazing! So it's bigger than the Mall of the Americas? You could probably spend a week there and still not see everything! What fun!
    Have a great Sunday, sweetie!

  3. Wow, such a lot to see.
    One thing about blogging. We have the opportunity to travel! I haven't even been on a plane. But its great to see what everyone is up to! I've really enjoyed this post great fun thank you!
    Hugs Suex

  4. Your trip looks like so much fun Sandy! Happy belated birthday to your husband. Dawson Creek road looks so interesting and I loved the fiush mural on the cafe wall. For soem rwason I couldn't leave a comment under that post as a photo was blocking the comment tab.

    Have a safe journey into Alaska!

    ♥ Pat