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TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Regina
Great staff and a lot of my friends were staying there also!
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... the good part, I tried to use my credit card at Shell and it was rejected, so I tried my AMEX. Next thing I know my phone is going off with credit alerts. Had to contact both to not have my cards turned off. In Canada, their credit cards have chips, once again we are the last to the party. It was a long day, after three days of rally. I have now ridden over 3000 miles and I have a lot more ahead of me. ...
... just carry-ons! A sympathetic soul behind the desk hears us and goes to bat for us to the "boss-lady", who calls the plane and holds it for us. There is extra process at the gates in Amsterdam - extra questions, validating of passports, going through security again ... but they let us through and we make our flight, and with better seats to boot!!! Super happy about that.
No sleep on the 8-hour leg, ...
Adventurous travel is not easy. If it were, it wouldn't be an adventure, it would be a vacation. We'd like to believe that we are adventurers and problem solvers, not vacationers. What we seek in travel is to meet people from other cultures; to develop more understanding, patience, and compassion; to better appreciate the many choices we have had in our lives; and to continually seek ways to somehow give back. Along the way, we have the privilege of seeing sights ...
... wait in Calgary. Lily slept and then walked around happily as we waited. Our flight to Regina was then delayed as we waited for some other connecting flights to get in. By the time we landed in Regina it was 3am. My Mom, and Craig were there to pick us up, in spite of the fact that Craig's van didn't want to start and he had to jump it, and my friend Heather bravely came out to greet us. What did Lily think of the cold? Well she was really bundled ...
... Haha :) Back inside and it was time to roll out the mixture from the fridge and cut out the cardboard pieces. This process took ages and Sarah cooked them in the Oven. The bigger pieces took about 12 mins and the smaller ones about half the time. There were a lot of pieces and we also made a Christmas Tree and Snow Man out of the Gingerbread mixture too.. With some of the left overs we made Maple leaf cookies.. We let them ...