Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Center - Saskatoon
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... crops in the fields. They seem to be ripening early, judging by the colour but they are not very tall and I would suspect also not yielding very much. This must be a product of the drought conditions this year. After several kilometers the radio begins to fade but we are planning to listen to the Blue Bomber play football against the BC Lions streamed over the internet so we find another station to do in the mean time. At 6:30 we tune into the game ...
... interesting and an accurate depiction of prairie life in the last 100 years....highly recommend it. We biked part of the Meewasin Trail from Rotary Park to University of Sask and across the bridge back through downtown to the Bessborogh hotel and return to Rotary park. The parks along the River are extensive and the bike paths are impressive. We found Saskatoon to be a beautiful city and so bicycle friendly. Expenses: Stone chip repair: $45. Gas: ...
... Parton that we nicknamed her exactly that. Strangely enough, it turned out to be Dolly’s actual sister. This woman had played the role of Dolly’s sister in the movie Nine to Five, and had also featured in many of her songs.
The staff at Hatchet also had a few of their own stories to tell, particularly an older Native American guy named Smokey. He had been working at the Lodge for nearly 20 years and unlike any of the other staff, he stayed up there ...
... enough to give you the basics. I (and hopefully with help from Sue) will do our best to fill in the blanks between each landing! But first things first; we have to get to Johannesburg, and that means flying on Delta Airlines from Saskatoon to Minneapolis to Atlanta, where we meet up with Reg and Janice, then the big 15.5 hour jump over the pond. It's a big day, but we have to suck it ...
We didn't pass through Saskatoon until midnight. Not much to report here!
Dinner was interesting, though. We sat with a couple from Northern Ireland . . . doing the trip to Jasper National Park and Banff National Park, then to Vancouver . . . then flying ...