4009 Gateway Blvd.
Edmonton, AB T6J 5H2
Phone: (780) 438-7979
Fax: (780) 438-4949
4009 Gateway Blvd., Edmonton, AB, CA, T6J 5H2
- Phone: (780) 438-7979
- Fax: (780) 438-4949
Barrel Taxi is open to all individuals and businesses. They also have wheelchair accessible taxis, senior friendly taxi service, hot shot services that deliver packages with speed, couriers and airport pick-ups. The company has been in service since 1947 and comes well reputed has a very good reputation with the local people and the tourists alike. All cars have GPS and they are fully committed to safety.
Yellow Cab is one of the most reliable taxi service within Edmonton and its surrounding areas. Their services are senior citizen friendly, and they also have state of the art wheelchair-accessible taxis. Yellow Cab also delivers couriers and packages, and do airport pick-ups. Make a reservation even two hours before time and Yellow Cab will be there on time.
The Edmonton golf courses can be covered in snow for up to six months. Golfanatics is the answer to a frustrated golfer's dreams. Virtual reality golf simulators, which you can book in advance, are a special feature. It is best to check on opening hours, as they can vary according to the whim of the owners, and it can be extremely busy. Aside from the virtual golf, there are pool tables, TVs, and a licensed bar.
Soaring high above the scenic panorama of the city in a hot-air balloon is a beautiful, exciting, and luxurious way to see the city. Your three hour experience includes one hour flight from one of the three centrally-located launch sites and finishes with a traditional champagne toast upon landing. The balloon holds four to eight passengers plus the pilot, and group rates are available. Flights depart twice daily, in the early morning and evening, weather dependent of course.
Edmonton Canoe, formerly known as Moon Shadow Adventures, offers exciting canoe trips in and around the city. You can catch a tour that lasts from just a few hours or up to six days. The company runs short tours around the city including into nearby Elk Island National Park. If you have more time, five and six-day hiking and canoeing tours include the Rocky Mountains or a tour around Alberta, including the southern badlands. Check website for more details.
Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, Hub Cigar & Newstand recovered from a devastating inferno that ravaged their south-of-downtown location which opened back in 1910. Now in their new location, the basis of its trade is basically unchanged. With their seemingly endless list of magazine titles, you will find the size of their inventory hard to believe! Many of the newspapers in stock come from around the world, and as its name suggests, the shop is famous for its range of fine cigars. With more than 150 brands, no matter what your taste in tobacco leaf, you will surely find your butt of choice at Hub Cigar & Newsstand.
Yoga is a scientific way to improve physical and mental functioning of the body. At The Yoga Loft, licensed yoga instructors teach learners various yogasanas to increase conscious awareness of the mind and soul. If you are a newcomer you are introduced to a step-by-step personalized training schedule. Specializing in different forms of Yoga, this yoga studio also offers special classes for parents and babies and meditation classes. If you can't make time for these classes, you can attend the yoga workshops conducted in this center. So join now and rediscover yourself through Yoga.
Edmonton Moravian Church is a prominent Protestant church in the Strathcona region of Edmonton, and has been in the service of the community for over a century. It is a part of the Protestant denomination of the Moravian Church, with a mission of developing an intimate spiritual connection with Jesus Christ. The Holy Bible is the ultimate text and each person is treated as equal by the church. The Edmonton Moravian Church prayer services are attended by most Protestants of the neighborhood. Choirs and music services are held too. Visit website for more information.
A historical icon of Edmonton, the Holy Trinity Anglican Church dates back to the year 1893. The brick structure has been playing an important role in keeping the Christian traditions in Edmonton alive. Reverend Dr. Eileen Conway and the remaining staff of the church strive to help and educate the community through Bible courses (for adults), youth programs, services for school children, music concerts and a lot more. The church is also a significant venue for concerts in the city, like the Winner's Tour of the 32nd Eckhardt-Gramatte National Music Competition of 2009.
The Edmonton Radial Railway Society (ERRS), as the name suggests focuses on streetcars and preserving their historical heritage. In a bid, to achieve this mission, it collects and displays different street railways; it also operates and manages the museum at the Strathcona Streetcar Barn.
A part of the University of Alberta, Campus Saint-Jean in Edmonton offers French language degree programs. It is one of the few institutions in Edmonton, who offer these programs. The Faculté Saint-Jean has a well-equipped media center, a hostel, an academic and cultural center and a library. This library is known for it's vast collection of French titles. For further details, check the website.
This cancer institute focuses on research and requisite treatments for patients suffering from cancer. For more details, check website.