Days Inn Regina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the rolling hills, no wonder some had religious significance. Oil wells are going in everywhere in all three states. Especially ND. And the oil trucks are all double long. I saw drilling and wells everywhere. Montana is a big expanse of nothingness. But its nothing compared to the Montana / Saskatchewan border. That was the most boring and empty 120 miles I've ever driven through. But ask ...
... of us, thank goodness for long daylight hours I think!!!!!!!!! Just out of Brandon there has been severe flooding. (Look at photos) Nearly there stopped to take photo in a wheat crop(as you do) but the mossies were bloody shocking!!! In fact that is one problem with Canada - the bloody mossies!!!! And they seemed to take a particular liking to ...
... connecting flight.
We get through Immigration and I'm hot-footing it through the Amsterdam airport, with Roger in pursuit. We get to the gate with about 8 minutes to spare ... but the cranky attendant at the desk says no, too late, she's already printed off the passenger list. But the plane's right there, we can see it! No time to retrieve our luggage and get it on the plane. But we don't have ...
... was leaving and watched as she went through. Then we went to find a restaurant where we could sit and have breakfast. We were both very tired so we found some seats near our departure gate and took a rest. I know I must have slept for at least an hour or more. Finally, we left for Toronto. Once there we had to swift for our flight for Fredericton. It was sleeting and snowing when ...
We decided it would be fun to do some skiing so we took the 45 min trip to Fort Q'Apelle where they have a small privately run ski field, Mission Ridge. The 'Hill' is pretty kewl, its a ridge in a gulley. There is one main ski lift up the middle of the Hill and 1 tow rope and a magic carpet down on the beginners slope ( if you can even call it that ) we paid $105 ...