Hi Fellow VTers,
was hoping you could give me a few pointers. My family of 7(age from 2 to 90) will be visiting regina for a couple of days in oct(around 12th or 14th). Can you recommend a few places to visit ? especially any advice on scenic drives to see the fall colours etc. or even nice tourism sites.
unfortunately only there for 3 days(we are doing an 8 day tour of saskatoon, regina and winnipeg in that order).
thank you for your help in advance.
we r coming over to saskatchean in oct what is there to see concected with the first nations pls
Hi from New Zealand
My daughter and her husband from New Zealand will be living in Regina next Jan, Feb and March. As it is a work secondment their accommodation is provided. Can anyone help with suggestions as to the best type of jacket and other clothing etc to buy for their stay. Any other tips would be appreciated.
Hi people, I've just booked 3 days in Regina for a stopover enroute to the East coast of Canada in August, I'm thinking i'll go to the RCMP Museum but is there anywhere else i shouldnt miss?
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I'm taking a Greyhound to Toronto, and my trip sees me stopping in Regina for nearly five hours.
So...the good question is...what to do?
This stopover is from 4:00pm to 8:50pm...that gives me plenty of time to spend, exploring, at least, the downtown core. What I'd probably want to find is a health club (like the YMCA) so that I can have a quick work out and shower...and maybe a quick bite to eat.
A coffee shop with wifi access would be great, or a cyber cafe, so that I can check my email, as well. Or an arcade with DDR, so that I can expend some extra energy.
Who knows? Even a coffee date just for the heck of it? Who's to say?
It's all good and fun, my planned trip is for the middle of August. I haven't nailed down a date yet, but that's forthcoming.
Thanks for reading, and thank you in advance for responding.
My freinds and I would like to travel to Reginia for a "Girl's weekend". Where are some fun places to go? Nighclubs that are not stripper clubs would be our choice. A place for drinking and dancing with the young crowd. Any suggestions?
I'm just wondering if you checked out the RCMP Academy, Sunset Ceremony or Heritage Centre, Wascana Centre and Park, the Legislative Building, CBC, Royal SK Museum, Dunlop Art Gallery, SK Science Centre...or even any pubs, restaurants, nightclubs, spas, bowling alleys, pool halls...I think you get the picture!
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