Four Points by Sheraton Saskatoon
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Four Points by Sheraton Saskatoon
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Four Points by Sheraton Saskatoon
Travel Blogs from Saskatoon
Water is such an innocuous thing...most of the time you don't even think about it. It's pretty tasteless to most people, although I think it's the best thing since sliced bread and it saves me two or three dollars at restaurants.
Water is only a bad thing when it's somewhere it's not supposed to be. Lungs, your kitchen floor, spilled all …
... stupid things that a girl would do, like scream and run around in circles, but after realizing that achieved nothing we threw a bucket of water on the flames. Anna did not let me light the fire for the rest of our time at Hatchet, in fear that I would kill us both.
Every four days, guests departed and new ones would arrive. On the same day, we rotated between bartending, waitressing and cooler girl. Cooler girl was my favorite, it was mainly about scrubbing fish ...
... darned nice city. The highlight is a fabulous trail network along and around the South Saskatchewan River, called the Meewasin Valley Trail. I had enough daylight left upon my arrival to take in a sampling; see my pictures below, and learn more about it here: http://meewasin.com/visitors/trails
A bit more walking around town, and I called it a day. See today's pictures below.
During the night the train passes through Viking and Wainwright. By 5:30 we're moving past Unity and I get up and chill in sky car where i meet Loretta and Len from Toronto. I spend a few hours researching Toronto and its surrounds before going for brunch in dining car (pancakes with maple syrup and bacon). After lunch I do some work on the laptop and meet Mike (St John's) and ...
... Of course, it’s not all bad. Snowmobiling is now noisily en vogue, and on a rare sunny day the brilliantly white snow-covered landscape radiates a peaceful cleanliness belied only by upended beer bottles peeking out of ditches and the enigmatic yellow stains surrounding the public library. And by January a spirit of camaraderie builds around a common greeting - using your oversized winter mitt to apply a backhanded nose-wipe. Delightful. And static electricity ...