Saskatoon Inn Hotel and Conference Centre
Travel Blogs from Saskatoon
... hours behind, arriving at midnight instead of ~8PM.) just so I could visit a city in Manitoba.
It was a leisurely day on the train. Had I known (not consulting a schedule), I would have asked to have my bed let down (instead of put into upright chairs), and napped all day to the rocking, while looking out the window at the dreary day, still full of beauty.
... my bike a half mile before I was given a cold drink and a jerry can of gasoline from a passing motorist. As much as bikers are wont to take as much assistance as they are given, if they are quick to receive a hand, they are just as quick at lending one. If you find yourself low on oil, tire plugs or just morale, you can be sure that the nearest biker will do his best to help you out (just don't count on much support if you roll ...
Spent the day touring the city of Saskatoon. Met up with Val, my cousin Danny's wife... Tried to walk along the river but dogs aren't allowed! Val had their Scotty dog, Chessa with her. Had a rooftop lunch at a place called O'Shea's and tried a Copper 16 ale and it. Met Danny and Val at the Gordie Howe campground for a BBQ. So good to reconnect ...
... around the athletic exploits of less than intelligent men they have never met, and local children. In winter, the evening sports report focuses on the success or failure of professional hockey players performing in far flung locations for teams with no logical connection to Saskatchewan whatsoever, before moving on to news about marginally talented 18 year olds found slightly closer to home, then seguing into a series of brief highlights of somewhat less talented ...
... Battleford that gives timelines and details of the First Nations and the fur trade monopoly called Hudson Bay Company (HBC) Regina tornado in 1912, Weyburn snowfalls 1947 and Gordie Howe from 1928. The land is rich with farming minerals, potash reserves and high amounts of uranium. Our overland travels have covered 1000km from Edmonton when we enter the remote lands of the 53rd parallel in Manitoba. Hwy ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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