Knights Inn Moose Jaw
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... for little pay. And Curtis and I had a tour. In the later years Al Capone used the tunnels to store his alcohol for his bootlegging business. They were both very well organised tours with actors and gags - probably the main tourist thing in Moose Jaw. Kenzie also was with us as she is staying in Brandon with Michelle for a bit of the summer. We arranged for Harlo ...
A cloudy morning encouraged us to make a slow start to the day. Of course we also had to take time to visit the Cypress Hills interpretation centre before leaving! And that was time well spent! Don and I share an interest in the geology of regions we visit and the Cypress Hills displays did not disappoint.
Once we were back on the road, our first stop was at the Saskatchewan welcome centre for literature about the province for both this ...
... the World’s largest Goliath swing, and a delicious brunch at Russell Motor Inn just off the highway.
Forgetting that Saskatchewan doesn’t follow Daylight savings time, we made Moose Jaw with plenty of time to explore and plan the next few days of our trip. The tour in the Tunnels was amazing! Incredibly talented guides/actors made for a fascinating and informative ...
... Minot the topography changed and we started to see more rolling hills and cattle. There are lots of indicators of the oil and gas activity in the area - Trican shop, Bakken reference on hotel sign, pipe yard and lots of pump jacks.
We stopped for gas and already had about $70 in when we realized why it was so much cheaper than the other pumps. It is "flex fuel" which ...
With only 30 minutes of sleep last night the day is finally here!!! With a year of planning, paper work and stress its time to take the trip of a life time!!! I don't think I have ever been more nervous about anything in my life. Its super scary knowing that we did all the planning by ourselves and if it doesn't work out then there is no one else to blame. It's really sad to leave my friends, family and life in Canada, but in ...