Holiday Inn Express
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... into the truck just as the football game resumes. More small talk, more kilometers. I notice that the crops are no better into Saskatchewan. The football game continues to play out and we listen; I am glad I know enough about the game that I can sort of envision it as we drive along. Bombers are playing much better and they eventually win the game.
We switch back to music. Jim tunes in a 70s show on the satellite radio. The tunes are ...
... circles trying to get home, and ended up having to guess where the island was. He did have frostbite in one finger, which is now black and rotten looking, and he said that the next morning when he went to use the snowmobile, it ran for about ten minutes before the gas tank was empty. Apart from his finger, I never saw any evidence of these things, but Smokey is the kind of person that this would actually happen to.
We had a floatplane at the Lodge to take guests ...
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... period offered a three course menu that changed daily, and every menu offered a very nice selection from which to make your choice - highlights include prime rib, lamb and salmon. Train Travel Tip: Upgrade yourself to a berth or cabin and all meals are included, as well as exclusive access to certain cars (dining, bar, observation, Park, showers, etc.). I recall the first time driving across the prairies it seemed as though ...
... Edmonton, and in the prairies.
I am following the Yellowhead Highway, Canada's route 16, which slopes Southeast from Prince George (in BC) down to Thunder Bay (in Ontario). The experience is very similar indeed to driving US Highway 2 across the midwest. It is NOT a freeway, and goes through the middle of each town. It has stoplights and intersections. The highway is usually divided, with a two ...