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Another early start today as we are off to Regina which is about 6 hours away. After a hotel breakfast we are on the road again.
Lyndsey has quickly become bored of the prairies but I can't say that I feel the same way. It was a cloudy, rainy looking day and the sky seemed to be changing endlessly. Rolling thunder heads …
We can now say that we are going on our trip in about a year.
Even though a lot of time has past since we booked the cruise, we are still a long way to go until we can start to do some final planning. But it is coming... just not soon enough.
We decided it would be fun to do some skiing so we took the 45 min trip to Fort Q'Apelle where they have a small privately run ski field, Mission Ridge. The 'Hill' is pretty kewl, its a ridge in a gulley. There is one main ski lift up the middle of the Hill and 1 tow rope and a magic carpet down on the beginners slope ( if you can even call it that ) we paid $105 ...
Amidst a head of jet lag fog I write you about our trip home. All I can think right now is that I want to sleep and it's only 5pm, plus my fingers are not working properly. Lily did well the whole long trip even when things didn't go according to plan. On our flight from Beijing, which was 10 hours, but night for us, Lily slept almost the whole time. She so wanted to be in a bed, tossing and turning like she does, and our airplane seat didn't ...
Sunday saw us sluggishly jump in the car and start really heading West. It was just short of an eight hundred kilometer and great scenery all the way luckily cause something had to keep me awake. We head through the Canadian Badlands and the into the Great Sandy Plains of Saskatchewan. A really interesting drive we would have passed about 200 working harvesters between Calgary and Regina. At Brook in Alberta we passed a really ...
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHomeSuites by d3h Regina
The hotel looked really new and the area around the hotel was still under construction. Despite that we had a quiet night.
The room was big and had a small kitchen area with a fridge, stove top and microwave. The cupboards were not particularly well supplied but I am sure a trip down to the breakfast area could have provided more dishes and cutlery if necessary. There was a gas barbecue located at the front entrance that was for guest use.
The room was clean and the beds were comfortable and the room had lots of lighting and big desk/table area.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.