Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Center - Saskatoon
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... the road was flooded but passable, so cars had to inch across in single file through water that was a foot and a half deep, at least.
Otherwise, the trip was great. Manitoba and Saskatchewan are covered with yellow wildflowers this time of year, so the drive was anything but boring. We also finished up our first audio book, and it was pretty intense. I know Grisham is a little old-fashioned, but I highly recommend his books now ...
Hi, my name is Taylor, and I'm a travelholic.
It is hard to say when my addiction really began. The first time I left Canada was in 2004, on a family trip to Mexico. In 2007, I went on a student trip to Greece, followed by another student trip to Egypt in 2008. Through subsequent trips to Mexico and a humanitarian trip to Guatemala in 2010, I discovered in travel something I lusted after.
I believe that my studies in Anthropology have a lot to do with my addiction ...
Well it's hard to believe, but the Europe trip is here! After a quick farewell we left sunny (and windy) Saskatoon for Toronto and arrived there at 3:30PM Sask time. In Toronto we had a four hour layover, which we spent reading through more plans, gazing out at the cloudy grey landscape, and in general being thankful we aren't from TO. A little Tim Hortons for a snack, and now it's boarding time to Paris where we should arrive at 9:45am local ...
... We learned to be very tolerant of each other as there were many times when you wanted to flip out or have some time to your self. My kids were amazing and I will always remember their tenacity. I hope that we will see the positive effects that this experience has had on them for years to come.
There were many favorite places and amazing sites. We tried to hit many wonders of the world and iconic places. We saw the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, Angkor Watt in Cambodia, ...
... apparently the terminal is only opened when the trains are running, it makes sense it was just an un-expected little detail.
Terminal is opened by friendly Via lady and we get our tickets and hand over the packs, not to be seen again until Vancouver.
As the hour draws nearer I await our train it rounds the corner, its single eye lighting the way and slowly rolls to a stop in front ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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