Travelodge Hotel Saskatoon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
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Alright so for those of you who don't know I am just over 36 hours away from taking the biggest adventure in my life! Europe is the destination. I have planned the first 25 days or so, and the final three weeks or so. Everything in between is rather up in the air. I intend to hit 10-15 European countries in the 105 day span!
I will aim to update the blog at least twice a week (primarily while I am on trains or buses to my ...
And so the journey begins to The Open! Jason and I left from Saskatoon with an uneventful flight to Toronto. Just what you want when travelling. Darcy left from Winnipeg and had an uneventful flight as well. After delicious nachos & wings in the hotel we settled in for the night. Tomorrow is a big travel day. Need a good nights ...
Hi, my name is Taylor, and I'm a travelholic.
It is hard to say when my addiction really began. The first time I left Canada was in 2004, on a family trip to Mexico. In 2007, I went on a student trip to Greece, followed by another student trip to Egypt in 2008. Through subsequent trips to Mexico and a humanitarian trip to Guatemala in 2010, I discovered in travel something I lusted after.
I believe that my studies in Anthropology have a lot to do with my addiction ...
... about who’s turn it is to start the car. Growing ruts of ice and snow on the roads lock vehicles into their lane with the iron - and strangely calloused - grip of Old Man Winter and scrape undercarriages of small foreign numbers loudly and without mercy. Snow removal crews soon run out of ideas and settle for building large ridges of snow along sidewalks and in the centre of roads, mischievously hiding pedestrians, oncoming traffic and hopeful left turns ...
... apparently the terminal is only opened when the trains are running, it makes sense it was just an un-expected little detail.
Terminal is opened by friendly Via lady and we get our tickets and hand over the packs, not to be seen again until Vancouver.
As the hour draws nearer I await our train it rounds the corner, its single eye lighting the way and slowly rolls to a stop in front ...