Travelodge Hotel & Conference Centre Regina
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We've only just checked in, but the hotel is amazing! They have a mini indoor waterpark, with a swimming pool, a waterslide pool, and a large hot tub. The front desk actually called the room to see if everything was okay for us - that's never happened to me before! The room is well-appointed.
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Today ends our second full day in Canada. The people are pretty friendly, the drivers mostly courteous (there are the few crazies, of course), the taxes high (combined sales tax here in Regina is 14%), and everything is more expensive, even before the sales tax!
We left Winnipeg and took off along Canada's Highway 1, the Trans-Canada …
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