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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Victoria Inn Brandon
Travel Blogs from Brandon
... and parts to complement as well as motorcycles and bicycles. Quite an interesting place and a good time with two excellent people.
We continued east on the 13 and after crossing the Manitoba border, on the 2. We called it quits for the day after a couple rainstorms in a town called Souris. This area has had some bad winds with many trees down and some sunflower crop ...
... used the water holding tank and pump before so I had to remember how to do all that. It also was a lesson in how much water 40 gallons really is, and the answer is, not much! Let's just say it's a good thing I'm travelling alone and one shower could do me for 2 days. I enjoyed the slower pace though and it certainly was quiet sleeping. The mosquitos were pretty ferocious, and I've been a Vancouver girl for a long time so ...
Start: Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
End: Brandon, Manitoba
Today was quite cold with temperatures between 5 and 8 degrees, but I was dressed warmly and it was not a problem. Travelled only 440 km.
The roads were ...
... Not sure about fishing there tho. Other activities that occurred: - Myles (Curtis' son) took us 4WD in his blue jeep - Kenzie and I saw How To Train Your Dragon 2 - planned most of my trip (as summer here is super busy) - looked around downtown Brandon as last time I was there it was winter and I didn't go outside I'm currently in Winnipeg and jus here for the night before flying Toronto. But I'll tell you all about that next time ...
... at Carlyle for lunch, still really foggy. Dairy Maid today, nicer than McDonald's! Headed from there to Regina, approx 140km in a straight line! If only a truck hadn't gone off the road and we had to divert across a stubble field. Fog has finally lifted all you can see on the horizon is the old wooden grain elevators. Saw lots of trains today too, first ones ...