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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... to Saskatoon time again. Had one of the best airplane meals yet (pasta, coleslaw and a cookie) but also had a really gross wrap. Now we are chilling in the Toronto airport. Half of us will leave at 4:30 (I'm on that one) and the other half leaves later on. I originally thought i was part of that later one so figuring out that I'm on the earlier was was very ...
... the trip home was uneventful, though when we got to Saskatoon, we were light one bag, my large piece of luggage. Luckily Joel and I had done some creative packing, and had taken only one large bag between the two of us to Mendoza, so half of my stuff was with us - lucky thing, I packed most of my casual clothing for this trip. Unfortunately, the bag that didn't arrive in time, was the one that had the Dulce de Leche in it - ...
... network about them. He was very sweet. He said he was going to go home and tell his wife that he met a real live Motor Maid. How sweet.
I stopped at another diner today and had a lovely grilled cheese on rye with a beautiful salad.
I am going to end for now as I am in the smoky hallway of the motel so I can maintain my wifi connection. Even though most of the rooms are non-smoking, the smokers leave their room doors open so the hallways are polluted.
... right. In the summer, however, everything returns to normal and they temper the tedium of the road by spending their time behind the wheel eating unhealthy take-out food, frowning at their blackheads in the visor mirror and texting estimated arrival times to people who couldn’t care less, just like all other Canadians.
As you might expect from such a geographically disadvantaged province, daily life in Saskatchewan revolves ...