Hotel Senator Saskatoon

Address: 243 21st Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 0B7, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Central Business District area of Saskatoon, is near Big Muddy Badlands, Sam Kelly's Outlaw Caves, Fond du Lac River, and Theriault (Unknown) Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Saskatoon

    The day we repeated.

    A travel blog entry by sikerby on Apr 05, 2015

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    ... took sky train to harbour. Lots of walking to wake up those stiff muscles. Enjoyed the views, sunshine, warmth, and flowers. Saw loss of creative costumed people - was some sort of Animators Festival. Vancouver can compete with anything we saw. Finally headed home. Tired, but ...

    Planning phase

    A travel blog entry by beckmeister on Mar 06, 2014

    ... My plan has always been to try and take a 3-6 month leave from work, and live in France---but a leave isin't in the budget and Darryl really couldn't take any time off like that.

    With Rhea as my translator, I hope that we can create some memorable moments that will last a lifetime for us and help mold Rhea into an inquisitive and thoughtful human being with a ...

    Home Sweet Home

    A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Dec 03, 2013

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    ... though I know he didn't mind, I hated the stunned look I had every time someone said something to me I didn't understand. The language is beautiful, and I will revisit it, and learn more.

    Buenos Aires is a beautiful and vibrant city. It is big, and busy, and dirty - things I would normally hate, but I loved it. The people, though they walk the streets mostly expressionless, are lovely, and welcoming. They are ...

    A Grand Adventure

    A travel blog entry by jpearson on Mar 31, 2013

    ... people. I love books about adventures and I began to enthusiastically read the stories about others who had done such trips. Though a 'gap year' is popular with European students, most North Americans never get the opportunity. After following my educational path, I quickly found myself on a career path. I had a condo (read: mortgage payments), a pet (read: child), and a life (read: familiarity). And I was 24 years old. When most people my age were out ...

    The Saskatchewanian

    A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Jan 11, 2013

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    ... around the athletic exploits of less than intelligent men they have never met, and local children. In winter, the evening sports report focuses on the success or failure of professional hockey players performing in far flung locations for teams with no logical connection to Saskatchewan whatsoever, before moving on to news about marginally talented 18 year olds found slightly closer to home, then seguing into a series of brief highlights of somewhat less talented ...