Address: 1715 Idylwyld Drive North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7L 1B4, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Mayfair area of Saskatoon, is near Mendel Art Gallery and Civic Conservatory, Big Muddy Badlands, Fond du Lac River, and Waterfound River.
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      On the road again!!!!!!

      A travel blog entry by ctcarmi on Jul 15, 2014

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      On the road again today. Our second to last day of driving across Canada. We have left Saskatoon and are heading toward Moose Jaw, what a name for a town!!!!! Apparently there are tunnels here that Al Capone used back in the day to smuggle contraband across the country. We will see!!!!! Still passing through farming country with lots of lakes. Went to the tunnels in Moosejaw for a brief ...

      Hatchet Lake Lodge

      A travel blog entry by sophie1992 on Apr 12, 2014

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      We began working for Hatchet Lake Lodge in early June and spent the best part of two and a half months at this prime fisherman's hideaway. We had gotten the job through a friend and had pre-organized it before we left home. We worked about 10hrs per day without a day off, and although the hours were long and tiring, it really was a fantastic couple of months.

      The lodge is on an island in an isolated area of Northern Saskatchewan. Along with a handful of staff, there ...

      Day 4: Brandon, MB to Saskatoon, SK

      A travel blog entry by drat9191 on Oct 01, 2013

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... Canada - it doesn't observe Daylight Savings Time. Apparently this is merely one of the many ways that this is a quirky province.

      I stopped for that catnap at a convenience store parking area for about a half-hour during mid-morning, and then it was on to the provincial capital, Regina (pronounce it "Re-JY-nuh" - yep, it rhymes with what you think it does), to stop at an ...

      A Grand Adventure

      A travel blog entry by jpearson on Mar 31, 2013

      ... before that, was behind the iron curtain. There was something that appealed to me, about being the first member of my family to journey through Russia, Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic. To marvel at the red square and St. Peter's basilica. To see one of the most expensive art collections in the world at the hermitage, and to experience something so new (or old?) so foreign, that there would be no mistaking it. We're not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy. And ...

      The Saskatchewanian

      A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Jan 11, 2013

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      ... windshields are never pleasant, but at least universally installed block heaters mean your car will usually start thanks to the magic of electricity and plugging your car in like a well-used vibrator. In fact, winter in Saskatchewan is entirely about heat in all its various forms: block heaters, heated homes, heated blankets, heated garages, heated car seats (useful both for comfort and keeping you regular), heated steering wheels, heated ATM vestibules, ...