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... Alive which is like a zoo. It was really pretty there the prairie dogs had dug out of their pen and where roaming the parking lot.They where really adorable and made cute squeaky noises.
For dinner we went to Crazy and Wild Dingo Dogs.I had been really excited for it all day and it turned out to be not all that good.
Tomorrow we are driving to Regina Saskatchewan!!!!
Today I learned that telling a U.S. customs official that you're planning to volunteer in Hawaii for three months is pretty much guaranteed to get you escorted into their Secondary Inspection Room for a thorough grilling. And then if you tell them that you quit your job, plan to head to Thailand after Hawaii but haven’t booked a ticket yet, and won’t be returning to Canada till next summer, you’re lucky if they let you on ...
... the marketplaces . . . that smelled oh so good! There is a berry in this region, the Saskatoon Berry . . . that looks to be part lingonberry and part blueberry . . . and is in many items. I bought a muffin with Saskatoon Berries in it . . . to try later.
Most of the shops didn’t open until 10:00 . . . and we were there about 9:00 . . . so I did a tour of the river area. The train station is right downtown . . . and there is a marketplace (The ...
... of them during the final leg, telling them stories of Rajasthan and Kerala, places they knew of but had never visited as we hurtled through the mountains of British Columbia.
The Nuts and Bolts of the Canadian: The least expensive sleeper-class accommodation on the Canadian ($650 each) upper/lower berths (2 people) is in my opinion also the best. In the space where we lived and slept for four days there were just the four of us plus ...
... else selling grain, pigs, cows, etc and then take a few steps to the counter to do their banking!
We got to walk up four flights of stairs to the dusty, once opulent offices of the bank. They have been used as film sets, even Brad Pitt is among the actors to have worked in there. The main oak panelled office is rather notoriously said to be haunted by the ghost of the bank manager who hung himself in the middle of the room ( doesn't nearly every one of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center