Saskatoon Inn Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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... moments that were highlights and others that did not fulfill expectations. I can tell you that the custard tarts they make in Lisbon were a highlight for me. I ate three yesterday and one this morning and questioned why I hadn't bought an entire box. I will have to go back - just for the tarts. Thank you from Mark and I for the privilege of getting to know your children a bit better and sharing this adventure with ...
Just thought I would start my blog before we leave, so firstly I know its working ok, and secondly because today IS the day that we leave Strongfield sk, and head to Costa Rica.
I will admit, I do have a slight knot in my stomach, with the feeling of excitement, anxiousness and Yippppeeee plus a little wee worried too!
We leave Saskatoon this morning, to Calgary. Then Calgary ...
... much stuff but once we packed it up it wasn't too bad. We will be renting two canoes and one touring kayak from Churchill Canoe Outfitters in Missinipe. This outfitter had been very helpful, emailing us detailed info about the route we are going to take. The trip we are taking involves three short portages, no whitewater and is a good route for a group with some beginner paddlers like ...
... see a murder of crows - it was terrifying... Lloydminster was well...say nothing more. Passed time making up stories about how the various towns were named. Bypassing the road to Jackfish Lake at North Battleford, we realized we were on new ground - neither of us have been on this road. Desperation soon set in because we were unable to find any gas stations or rest ...
... each day until daylight hours only start after people are fully into the swing of their workday, defeated and yawning, and end long before the slow, depressing commute home straining to keep an eye on the surrounding traffic through the haze of freezing exhaust fumes. Temperatures low enough to take your breath away when you step outside, shovelling hidden sidewalks, sweeping fluffy piles of snow off vehicles and scraping stubborn sheets of frost and ice ...