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Travel Blogs from Regina
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 …
... some passing motorists.
The weather has dominated this stage of the trip. Average daily distances have slowed, in part following a more relaxed pace, but also due to wind, thunderstorms and scorching heat and humidity producing temperatures up to 44 degrees. Cycling for hours on a road that shimmers into the horizon in one long, shadeless rippling ribbon of liquid asphalt. Seven days, 404 miles (650 km), every inch fought for.
I have acquired a comrade in ...
... has closed the doors and moved on. Something fishy about the clinic as they just packed up one night and nobody knew anything about it. But tests are tests and any doctor should be able to read the results. And the results all came back fine. Heart, liver, kidneys, thyroid and blood are all normal. The doctor has no more input than that and he suspects it was the flu which was the main culprit. I agree and after reading a little on the web I also think ...
... in Bangkok. And although I know it's gonna be a hot one there, I promise not to complain about the heat, cause I am leaving Saskatchewan's answer to the Arctic, and I'm not gonna lie, it feels real good.
... Square Place and watched some live music playing for Canada Day. It was really nice. Made our way to our campground, Comfort Plus, just east of Regina off the #1, and it's a lovely private campground with...you guessed it...free Wifi... and nice clean bathrooms, flush toilets, free showers and...only the odd mosquito. Looks a little ominous in the sky right now so better go and hunker down in the tent.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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.