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TravelPod Member ReviewsGuest House International Winnipeg
We stayed here on our trip from Whitehorse to Quebec. The owner was a nice guy his staff were very helpful.
They also had some useful stuff that help travelers e.g. bus time tables, maps etc. The only thing i would change was not have the tv as a couple of nights we just sat watching television. That is just my opinion as me and my fiance love talking with other people.
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We arrived in Winnipeg the previous evening quite late so we had a little lie in. When we woke up we had breakfast, talking to the other guests. We then walked the couple of miles into town.
We saw the Manitoba Legislative building. The Manitoba Legislative building was built in 1920 and is the meeting place of the Legislative Assembly of …
... to them again, after not recognizing them at first. After all, she'd now lived longer with Tracy and Brett than she had with them, so it was a good thing that there was a transition period before they whisked her back to the condo. After hours of joking, teasing (mainly between Brett and I!) laughing, reminiscing and saying that we couldn't believe that the year was over, I had to make tracks. I couldn't believe Stew and Carla looked so non wrung out and exhausted ...
... school, which the kids of course loved. I plan to do some more in the last two weeks, as we wind down to the Christmas or "winter" break, which is only two weeks long over here. But more on that next blog, for now it's back to October, before the snow began to fall, along with the temperatures. Thanks to my friend Wendy Verbong I was invited to the fantastic experience once again of attending my second Jets hockey showdown, and this time the boys pulled out all the stops for ...
... of leg room compared to some modern day aircraft but the heating at 20,000 ft left bait to be desired. Particularly on the way home when condensation on the inside of the hull froze right next to Mick's leg. It took 30 minutes for his toes to get back to body temperature. But back to the adventure. We arrived in Churchill late morning and had a quick orientation tour of the small town. We were then left to explore the town as we liked with the warning not to wander out of ...
... port, with lifting bridges, set for a boom time in early 1900s, but the Panama Canal opened and ships went that way and not through Winnipeg. Our hotel room is off a quadrangle which looks down over the swimming pool, and has the gym on our floor, which we walk through to get to our room Actually we have a suite with 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms and a lounge area with a dining table too. More like a motel.
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