Motel 6 Saskatoon
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... wildlife, a small nerd of Bisson,wonderful. We spent the day with the really lovely couple we met on day one, they are Canadian from Ontario., spent their lives in the military and long since retired in the country. We had such a good time chatting with them, had a few drinks etc. but sadly they leave the train in Edmonton tomorrow ...
Towards the end of our time at Hatchet Anna and I started getting pretty exhausted and were ready to get back to the real world with Internet, shops and days off. Anna developed an actual case of Carpel Tunnel in her wrist and we were both running on only a few hours sleep per night. In the last week of our time there I started getting a cold and went to the medicine cupboard. Buckley’s was a cold and flu liquid and it seemed to be the way to go. I downed ...
... from Europe to become farmers and work off the land. This was very common and how many people came to live in Canada. The town street is really fascinating and goes into detail of the different occupations people had and how people lived. After that we went to the Meewasin Valley and Centre, for some information about the area and to walk the ...
... request by me) and corn. The corn being a pretty big risk, considering what Chilliwack is known for, but it actually was pretty good.
ELLIE had a nice bath by Judy in the SINK after dinner and promptly filled her pants upon exiting the water. So, her usual routine. Then it was FIRE time again. It was then that we were filled in ...
... period offered a three course menu that changed daily, and every menu offered a very nice selection from which to make your choice - highlights include prime rib, lamb and salmon. Train Travel Tip: Upgrade yourself to a berth or cabin and all meals are included, as well as exclusive access to certain cars (dining, bar, observation, Park, showers, etc.). I recall the first time driving across the prairies it seemed as though ...