Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Regina
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Drove 203 miles to Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Border crossing took about 45 minutes and was fairly easy-nothing was thrown away. Set up camp and went into Regina to catch the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Museum. Went to the Cathedral Village Arts Festival and a Fiber Store and had dinner at the Last Straw Pub in hopes of Sid getting a really unique Canadian beer. He got a smoked wheat beer with lemon slice that was okay but not amazing. ...
... late, he also said "who has school on a Saturday?!" Great show again, a little tighter band performance all around, however probably a better show the first night! Back to the hotel for pizza and to plan our trio to Canterbury the next day to meet Jess and her cousins and uncle and aunt who would be so graciously hosting us while we spent the remainder of our time in the UK! Off to Canterbury Kent we were! Pros - EC Jess and her everything Burgers Wax people H and M Cons Buckingham ...
... for ridiculously low prices.
In 1984, the house was returned to official ceremonial government use, and the restoration of the interior began, restoring the house to its early 1900s beauty.
Here is an interesting tidbit: In Regina, Lieutenant is pronounced ...
... baking was in progress, we got out of the house to visit the Royal Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History. Located in Wascana Park, the museum boasts internationally recognised Earth Sciences, Life Sciences and First Nations Galleries. Another good history lesson to follow our saturday walk with Will.
Back to Pike Av to finish off my 'aussie"pumpkin soup menu addition to the afternoon tea before the friends descended on the celebration. The table groaned ...
... had to go.
Believe it or not, we went to another Costco to get gas here. It's nice to be able to get 4 cents/liter cheaper through Costco (that's almost 16 cents/gallon). It is interesting to observe that there are more large vehicles (pickups, SUV's, full size sedans) than economy cars even with gas at >$5/gal. We split a hot dog and got ice cream cones. Dan says we won't keep saving money at Costco on ...