Sunday, July 10, 2011

A Roman Holiday In Edmonton, Alberta

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin.
Holiday Inn Express Business Centre
CLXX (170) St., Edmonton, Alberta

July Xth, MMXI

Hon. David G. Hancock, QC, MLA
Minister of Education,
Progressive Conservative, Edmonton-Whitemud

Dear David:

Students taking the Tourism Courses in High School & those working IV the summer in hotels definitely ought II know the value of making sure that their hotels & other places of residences need II be safe IV the weary traveller. Here at the Holiday Inn Express & another hotel, my mother & I have been treated with both kindness & courtesy. We were forced II temporarily relocate due II some smoke & water damage in another apartment of my mom's condo complex.

The rooms have been clean, the staff most courteous & gracious upon check-in & check-out. The housekeep;ing staff has been beyond excellent & each hotel has found us a successor hotel II stay at upon the next day when they became fully occupied with tourists. I highly suggest to High School Students that they take the Tourism Courses, in particular the ones on the Travel & Accomodation Sector, either through the Alberta Distance Learning Centre, or any other school that offers ADLC courses or a similiar course. Students must learn II realize that tourists are very vital II our economic well-being, as are folks who through no fault of their own have been displaced, &/or business travellers. Any student going inII this industry must treat them with dignity & respect.

Check-Out Is At XI (11) AM Sharp,


Source: Myself.

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