Super 8 Motel - Saskatoon
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On Sunday, Mom and I left Kelliher and drove to Dafoe, SK before we got lost. Our detour North took us through Hardisty and surrounding towns and was actually lovely. I managed to figure out how to find my way to Pat Austin's place in Saskatoon despite entering the city from a different destination so was feeling pretty good. We had a nice visit …
It started out fine enough. We packed up and headed out by noon. Found a Mr. Lube with the help of Jack and had a long due oil change done. Great kids working there. Very friendly and efficient except that one of them told me that I'd need to make a 'sharp right' out of the bay to avoid a pothole. When the oil change was done, he directed me out …
Weather is rather ****** so I spend the night at a hotel in Saskatoon.
... our lives and traditions. I have begun to wonder, what would we show someone from Argentina if they came to Saskatoon. The city seems so inadequate compared to theirs. What food would we let them experience - what is truly Canadian? I suppose of Argentina can claim BBQ and pizza, so can we - it is certainly different from their experience. Ok Joel has a few ideas, perogies, bacon and pumpkin pie - we are ready for your visit Martin!
Last night after writing the blog we went out for dinner at a local snack bar called Connies and Barb ordered the "Deal of a Meal" which had sausage, perogies and cabbage rolls. It was outstanding.
Today we rode further west and entered Saskatchewan where the open skies are larger, the fields are roll on forever, and the miles seem longer.
While we were picnicking for lunch a local fellow called ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Motel - Saskatoon
Book ahead online for much cheaper rates. The hotel was nice, but the online rate of $73 was much less than the CAA discount rate of $117 plus taxes.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.