Comfort Inn Regina

Address: 3221 E. Eastgate Dr., Regina, Saskatchewan, S4Z 1A4, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Glencairn area of Regina, is near Wascana Centre Park, Saskatchewan Science Centre, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, and Casino Regina.
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    Travel Blogs from Regina

    The Charms of Regina

    A travel blog entry by cbw1991 on Sep 22, 2014

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    Great campground, beautiful site, comfortable washrooms and showers,warm and friendly reception. Especially charming was the old schoolhouse in the centre of the grounds, complete with chalkboards and boys' and girls' washrooms. Great internet in the classroom, so that's where we did our work.

    That evening we took ...

    The Final leg back to Regina.. Cracked 60,000km!!!

    A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... through Estevan where we stopped for our Timmies, then just as we left we we clocked our our car to 60,000km!!!!! WoohOo!! :) We drove through Weyburn and North up the 35, then the 48 for our final leg to White City. We got back to Anges at 11.30am and Angela had already gone out for the day so it gave is a chance to unpack everything and do our ...

    Zooming across the southern plains

    A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... the northern part of the North American continent - I've not studied that part before), the typical descriptions of pre-historic animals (...millions of years ago...), and some interesting exhibits on the Native (or Aboriginal) people who lived in Canada over the centuries before the Europeans came. And that was less than half of the museum. By this time, it was almost time to go. We almost ran through the other ...

    Life on the road

    A travel blog entry by b_btravel on Mar 14, 2014

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    ... seeing a moose or two but no such luck. We did however learn that the notorious Al Capone once visited Moose Jaw as a part of his boot legging operations, transporting alcohol from the north down into America during the years where alcohol consumption was prohibited in the states. A tour of the railway tunnels and some good acting by the local entertainers left us feeling a part ...

    Josephine's last day as a volunteer at the zoo

    A travel blog entry by lgsavar on Dec 17, 2013

    ... the gift shop. Maren wanted to get her hair. Braid ed so we stopped at the international market where she had seen a stall. Her hair was braided and I thought she looked really good. She was not sure that she liked it. We walked down kalahua until we came to a really nice pizza place, located on the second floor. We we we seated outside on the ...