Ramada Plaza Regina
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... movie “Corner Gas” was filmed. We drove out there to see the fictitious Dog River grain elevator, gas station, the Ruby, the hotel and the house Brent’s parents lived in. It was cool to see the town. The elevator still has “Dog River” painted on it although the gas station set is showing it’s age. The moths were so thick driving out there and back, it looked like ...
... exhibits. I was chatting with the security guard about how the RCMP Centre was closed and that I was disappointed I didn't get a t-shirt. A woman nearby overheard and said, you should try the shop at the airport.
Brilliant. So I drove to the small municipal airport and shopped in the gift store located before the security check. And I got an awesome sweatshirt.
Then I wandered to the little gallery next to ...
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Power through the looks. This dish's beauty is well beyond skin deep. If ...
... of their mates. A very special day for Wendy and I.
18 degrees and clear blue sky. Em had the day off so we headed out into the country to visit Pumpkin Hollow. The place was alive with kids and parents as it was a pupil free day in Regina. Ventures through the corn maze and solved cornundrums along the way. Em jumped on the jumping pillow and patted the horses and goats and we had a "family photo" taken in the train.
Headed back ...
... are off.
Our hotel for the night will be the Luxor, so a slow drive down the strip until a black pyramid comes into view. We stroll through the hotel and its immense atrium and check in. We are staying in the pyramid portion, not the adjoining towers, so our elevator is referred to as an inclinator, the sensation is a little different. We gain our floor and as we walk to our room are able to look down from a railing into the atrium. A ...