Radisson Hotel Saskatoon
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... and 8 Dinners Included) Extra Excusions (meals) $ Airport Transfers - $78.00 Uniglobe Professional Fee - $102.90 Extra Travel Insurance - $235 London Eye & Hop On-Off Bus Tour - $94.00 Included Entry Fees: St.Mary's Cathedral, Dublin Gide, Edinburgh guide, Ferry crossing x2, Blarney Castle and grounds,Cliffs of Moher, toll ...
... entire way there and that was that. I did find it odd that our group is a lot more spread out this time as opposed to last time when we were clumped together. When we got to the frankfurt airport there was 30 minutes until our flight started boarding, people had to go the the bathroom and by the time everyone was done our flight was boarding. To get to our gate ...
... for us there was one of those golf carts sitting not far from the security checkpoint - we hopped on and she whisked us to our gate - it was very far away, we never would have made it on foot. As it was, they had already taken us off the flight and had to reprint our boarding passes, for that flight and our flight home from Denver, they also had to check our carry on roller bags - which had me nervous. I had packed all the ...
... no animals except birds due to the lack of road kill. Then, I came to the part of the road where the speed limit is 40 km/hr so the rocks from the road don't break the windshields on the oncoming cars. One strike in the shin of flying rocks from a semi earlier convinced me to get off the back road. Once I got onto the Trans Canada highway, I began to see road kill. Maybe the saying "speed kills" is true.
I saw someone's cows savouring the greener grass ...
... right. In the summer, however, everything returns to normal and they temper the tedium of the road by spending their time behind the wheel eating unhealthy take-out food, frowning at their blackheads in the visor mirror and texting estimated arrival times to people who couldn’t care less, just like all other Canadians.
As you might expect from such a geographically disadvantaged province, daily life in Saskatchewan revolves ...