Holiday Inn Express & Suites Regina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Made it to Regina by noon on Friday. Our good friend Kath is here for the next year before the family move overseas again for their next international adventure. She took us to a great little Salvadoran diner in the middle of the rails! Cute little town! Next stop, Drumheller, ...
... to Eric before the acoustic set, Eric thanks everyone and said that he wasn't the oldest one in the room, however he was wearing a heat pack on his back.. He jokingly said, "see what it had come too, I have to wear a heat pack!" - Eric again broke a string during the encore, two nights in a row, I bet that has never happened before. Eric also told the crowd only one song for the encore as his daughters had to get up early for school, noting that it was a Saturday and he ...
The Government House was built in 1891 as the official home for the Lieutenant Governor, who is the Queen's representative for the province. After WWII, the house was converted to a convalescent home, then used as a school. During those times, the all the furniture and household goods ...
... and 1st Nations University. Walking around the lake itself. we saw the War Memorial, many pieces of public art and the wonderful display of colour that the park is clothed in at this time of year.
My offer to cook tonight so we visited Ray at Butcher Boys, a carnivore's paradise. Chose stuffed breast of chicken, local greens and veg and off home with food and bottle of wine in hand to finish off a great day.
As afternoon ...
... the northern part of the North American continent - I've not studied that part before), the typical descriptions of pre-historic animals (...millions of years ago...), and some interesting exhibits on the Native (or Aboriginal) people who lived in Canada over the centuries before the Europeans came. And that was less than half of the museum. By this time, it was almost time to go. We almost ran through the other ...