Motel 6 Saskatoon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... around Broadway, so we headed there, and found 2 bars that we had a drink at (1 was called duck duck goose, which I thought was awesome!), but that was it. Nothing else going on. So home to bed.
Day 2 in Saskatoon wasn't actually spent in Saskatoon. We headed for a day trip up to Prince Albert National Park. which was about a 2 and a half hour drive away. They have 1 of the only herds of wild bison which we were super excited about, only to have our ...
... Wallmart, a.k.a our accommodation for the night. The city seemed like any other smallish city but it is set on two sides of the Saskatchewan river with a few bridges between. We stoked up on some supplies at Wallmart before settling in for the night. We were a little nerves on how it was going to be sleeping in the van and in the car park. So fingers crossed it will be ok otherwise it's going to be a loonnng ...
... s the way of the world these days, but the 'cookie-cutter' shops and restaurants are killing regional diversity. It's the same anchor tenant, Walmart or Canadian Tire, maybe both, throw in a Tim Horton's and some typical outlet shops, maybe a Future Shop for good measure and.... Where am I? Ok, I will have a go at one more thing. The state of the roads in this province and town. Shocking! I guess it's the winters, but I do recall at ...
... adventure tourers, Harley Davidsons, café racers, ****** rockets and yes, even scooters, sharing the tarmac. Whether it's on the road or at the gas station, they all deserve their two wheeled equality. Despite the obvious differences in machines, equipment, clothing and destination, all riders face the same weather, the same roads and the same gas prices. Because of these things, the same little wave that is shared by all ...
... when a drunken Metis fur trader slurred his words while describing his favourite thing about women.
Catchy name or no, the Saskatchewanian is actually a fairly rare creature. Comprising just over one one hundredth of one percent of the world's population they would probably be considered endangered if not for their ease of reproduction (thanks to prodigious levels of beer drinking), general heartiness and the fact they are, at least at this ...