West Gate Manor
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Winnipeg is a rough town. Or maybe I was just in a rough area. Don't get me wrong. I am not suggesting that I was uneasy or unsafe.
But it was rough, in the sense of not having many smooth edges. It was loud. There were panhandlers everywhere. The hotel clerk reminded me to not leave anything of value in the car. The security guard at the hotel elevators ...
... with their smaller sticks but with just as much padding as the adults.
Then we were taken to the English Gardens and sculpture park, lovely sunny day but crowded because of the public holiday. Gardens were small but lovely pond with little frogs on the water lilies
The bus took us through some of the expensive housing areas, well established street trees and large houses, the driver mentioned that a number of retired people have a house in california wher they go to ...
... Over the nine years of her husband being away much of the time, the woman had many kindnesses extended to her by both the man and his wife. The woman now wanted to get off the train, but it had already past Point Of Return when what the man said included accurate information about her own daughters as part of his and his wife's circle of intimate friends. It was then that the woman knew she was being held hostage aboard this train. This was not the first time his stories had held ...
... As a result, my checked luggage was tagged to go to London and NOT Edinburgh. Even though "Bibs" of Air Canada customer service said that she would go to the luggage area and tag my bag herself, it still made me nervous. As an interesting side note, "Bibs" told me that she was an old friend of Steve Grahame, one of the administrators at The Comp. Boarding our flight to London went smoothly and we were seated near the back of a 9 seat per row plane. ...
... truth I just felt so blessed to have such a lovely place and people to spend time with at Christmas. As Susan had told me, it was loud and fun and everyone talking and catching up at once, and in no time we were seated at the huge dining tables, now groaning with the food Susan and Jason had been preparing for a large portion of the day, as well as copious amounts their relatives had brought. Susan has Ukrainian heritage, so among the many dishes on offer I was ...