Hilton Garden Inn Saskatoon Downtown
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My body woke me up way too early this morning, so I knew right away I'd have to stop somewhere along the way for a catnap. In the meantime, I outfitted in a windbreaker and shorts even though it was chilly in the morning - the forecast looked like it would become milder later.
Well, when I stopped at the Saskatchewan border for a photo op …
... to embrace it, feed the hunger, scratch the itch by traveling a lot. I can’t be certain it will ever subside, even after I’ve seen the entire world over. I guess there’s only one way to find out…!
Which brings me to my whereto. For the next 8 months, New Zealand, or Aotearoa by it's native Maori name, will be my playground, companion, and classroom.
I hope that this blog will be a way to keep you all updated on what I’m doing during ...
... 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 ...
... was evident in Saskatoon. The river appeared a little high and "brown", but with no baseline to relate it to, it was hard to tell for certain. While riding around having an initial look and searching for the evening's motel, I noticed a strange noise coming from the bike. It was more like a rattle. It took a while to figure out, but it turns out I lost a bolt along the way, from the fairing, and was about to loose another. Lucky! ...
... partially responsible for its people’s tentative politeness, uneven tans and questionable fashion sense. Their natural habitat is a harsh one, cursed with extreme and disconcerting temperature swings, a humiliating lack of hills and littered with unattractive cars lounging rustily at the end of rural driveways in dim hopes of being claimed in private sale transactions.
The average Saskatchewanian is easily recognized by their dry skin, unhealthy ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Garden Inn Saskatoon Downtown
Good location, good room, good breakfast, an excellent all-around experience.
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