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... package them in bean cans and stuff instead of boxes that tell you what kind of coins are in them.
The Forks was pretty cool. We had fish and chips at a restaurant called Fergies fish and chips.It was really good but I did not really care for the fries. Afterwards we went to Tall grass prairie for a cinnamon bun they where okay I thought.
Afterwords we went to ...
... attendants are telling you how bad the food is before you get it. THEN we find out that you have to pay for your alcohol not even one glass of wine! Wow, I can't believe how bad everything was what a disappointment! These Americans in front of us were ragging on Air Canada so hard I was embarrassed! The guy had these little shampoo bottles filled with booze!!! Sinisa and I clearly that that was awesome and that became the highlight of the ...
... with them. Hummm . . . interesting vocation!!
The rainy weather cleared by the time we actually got into Winnipeg . . . as we saw signs of life . . . paved roads and traffic lights . . . and green directional signs!! The temp was in the low 50’s . . . so it was jacket weather and along walk to get to the shops in Winnipeg.
We didn’t drop too many of our US, converted to Canadian, dollars to the local merchants!! There was a real bakery in ...
... under the brim of my new train engineer's cap.
Jim, Mary and all the other Torontonian's aboard the train seemed oblivious to the dangers of the West. Still, by the time we arrived in Jasper, just east of British Columbia, Elenka and I were nervous wrecks. As fate would have it though, we were in for a reprieve. A tour group of eighty Indians from Kenya climbed aboard in Jasper. It took the pressure off us completely. I even befriended ...
... used to be one of the biggest, most successful banks in Winnipeg. it was built for the Canadian Bank of Commerce in 1911, and is now privately owned and hired out for big corporate functions and weddings. Apparently the huge foyer, with a massive dome of stained glass and a decorated ceiling to rival a cathedrals, was used as a centre of trade as well as banking. Each day of the week would be dedicated to certain groups of farmers, so they could do their buying and selling in comfort ...
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