Executive Royal Hotel Regina
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... practice were available and freely offered, it was extremely rewarding to begin to be able to converse with locals in their language. I even had a number of Indonesian young people join me in singing a song I had translated into Indonesian - an old favorite of mine - the Louis Armstrong Classic "When You're Smiling".
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... on a bush walk, came up close to a herd of elk, saw a fox and climbed a watch tower to see 360 degree views of the chain of lakes and the wonderful fall colour palette. It was a long day but a most wonderful day finished off with Vietnamese at a local restaurant.
Before heading back to Regina, Jim and Vicki took us to the Western Development Museum in town. Saskatchewan boomed with economic activity from the turn of the ...
Drove to the the boarder at Portal to cross back into Canada. The guy there gave us a form and told us to come inside for a identification check. We didn't have to wait long before we were greeted by a nice lady who took our visas, she had a few questions for us and wanted to know when our leaving flights were. She asked us to come in to her office ...
Making great time and due to the 2 time zone changes today, I will make it to Calgary by dinner no problem. All I can say about Saskatcheqan so far is that it's flat...but beautiful nonetheless. Gas stops arean experince...I think I actually stumbled upon the real Corner Gas...Bubbles and all! This is just a quick Timmies stop but I will post more later. ...
We left Winkler around 11 am having been through two sets of snow flurries that morning. Nick had fallen in the parking lot and scratched his face in the gravel which necessitated a trip to the Urgent Care Center. No stitches thank goodness but not a pretty picture. With RV fixed we proceeded north to pick up Trans Canada 1 west - the Canada interstate. It was a long drive to Regina with big, big commercial farms not yet planted with ...