Quality Hotel Regina
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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The drive to Regina was super short from Moose Jaw. I had found a campground on google that weirdly enough seemed to be right in the city, and we were ecstatic to find that it didn't exist. Awesome! Now what?? Dave decided on a hotel in the city.
WE had already discovered there wasn't really a lot to do in REgina, so we would only stay 1 …
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I think the countdown on our ...
... Finished the evening with a tasty dinner at The Berry Barn where Wen tried her Saskatoon berries at last.
Vicki and Jim took us north of Saskatoon to Prince Albert National Park, one of their favourite places in Saskatchewan. The country changed markedly as we headed north on highway2 Lots of lakes and farming areas which gave way to native forests further north. The park has a rich Aboriginal history dating back over 7800 ...
Hey everyone! We've come a long way! Yesterday we went all the way from Sicamous, BC to Swift Current Saskatchewan. We Stopped through Calgary to visit my aunty Shirley and GG Hazel. It was really neat to see how big the city was. The mountains here were very big and rough, very different from those at home! We stopped at Taylor Lake (Teeheehee) and went for a little hike through the forest with the dog. Then made some sandwiches and had ...