Hotel Senator Saskatoon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We drove to Saskatoon today. Vince
says it was super flat and a boring drive without any turns. However,
I was very productive and edited half of my book. Hopefully tomorrow
will be just as productive.
We had dinner and drinks at a local
bar called Yard and Flagon. Vince had an Elk burger. (I think he
was dying for some meat) We walked around town a little bit, before
we got too ...
... HAPPINESS! :D Weather: N/A B: Jugo Juice L: Bacon Cheeseburger and Sweet Potato Fries (True Burger) D: chicken stroganoff, bun and chocolate cake Quotes for the day: Like What up Toronto? - in response to their water fountains. *rueben puts plane light on* I'm ...
... Fortunately, I THINK maybe only one car passed during that time along the desolate nearby highway, but if that driver was looking, he/she might have gotten a "show".
I stopped in a nearby little town called Moosomin just past the Saskatchewan provincial border, took a "did not find" on my first attempted geocache, but fortunately found the next one, and thus was able to light ...
... is determination and a positive attitude, there will always be work. There will always be money. There will always be a house and a garden and a dog. There won't always be a time that is so perfect, an opportunity so right, that it would be a life-long regret not to follow through with it. And this was where my trip planning began. Despite the allure of Australia and New Zealand; of Indonesia and Thailand. Of South American c Antarctica and Africa, I knew ...
... your dogs run free, Saskatchewan is a melting pot of fascinating customs, puzzling beliefs and outmoded traditions. Chief among these are greeting strangers with a perfunctory nod and grunted “Hey”, shooting road signs with high-powered rifles, and a kooky sport where two full-grown men wearing tight jeans and riding large horses join forces to roughly pacify a small, bewildered cow. But none of these famously Canadian rituals can hold a candle to ...