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Room at the Top
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This panorama was taken on the North Campus of the University of Alberta on the seventh floor of the Students' Union Building (SUB). This is Room at the Top (RATT), which boasts a stunning panoramic view of Edmonton.

RATT is a full-service bar that features 16 local and imported draught beers and a great selection of burgers and other fare. Room at the Top's big screen TV's broadcast every Oilers game (even pay-per-view), so stop by for beer specials and free prizes. Or come in on Wednesdays for Karaoke night.

www.su.ualberta.ca/businesses/roomatthetop/

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上传: 07/02/2012
更新: 22/04/2014
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