Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Regina
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... telling me of the history of the Inukshuk. And in the process, I made a new friend.
An Inukshuk is a stone landmark or cairn built by the people living on the tundra Arctic region. In this landscape, there are very few natural landmarks. The Inukshuk served to navigate travelers to safe shelter, point a hunter to hunting grounds, or mark a cache of food.
An Inukshuk literally saves lives. The lives of people ...
... a history buff and gave Wen and I a full rundown on Regina, its history, the history of the lake and the surrounding gardens and parks, politics, the growth of Regina and heaps more. Wascana Lake Park has been put aside as the peoples park and is a little bigger than Central Park in New York. The whole area is protected from any commercial building and has miles of walking and bike paths, a rowing club and course, a couple of restaurants and sits beside the University ...
... badly by flooding not just this year but over the last 3 years!! This year 1500 acres of their 10000 acres of cropping land is under water. They do quite a bit of hay as well as run 500 or so head of cattle. On to Winnipeg!!!!!! 278 km , Tommy not looking forward to it, as we lost an hour coming into Manitoba, it is 4.50 pm and we have a 3 hour ...
... 3 pools. None of them Olympic sized, but nice sized. A regular pool, a splash/waterslide pool, and a hot tub that can probably hold 15-20 people easily. The waterslide is 2 stories tall; I don't think I'll take advantage of that this visit ;) .
Okay, now for the rest of the story - the speed limit is 110 kilometers per hour, about 69 mph. It's fast, but not as fast as the speed in parts of the Dakotas - 75 mph.
... were lots of green turtles. There was one sleeping on the beach On the way back to Honolulu, it started to rain and there was a beautiful wide rainbow in the sky. And then there was a double rainbow which I had never seen before. The rainbows remained visible for a long time - seeing them was incredible. Our driver dropped us off at our hotel and we had enjoyed a great ...