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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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... fought off the wasps while finishing our choices. Yum - eat your heart out Nanci!
Despite having eaten our way across the city, we still managed to eat dinner. We had bought a couple of cobs of sweet local Manitoba corn at the market that was delicious with the tasty, moist and tender pork steaks Rae cooked for dinner tonight. I think I'm going to stay here for good. Don't tell ...
... facilities. When I come back, I decide I don’t need anything to eat or drink so Jim prepares to pay for his selections but the debit card terminal is not working. After at least 15 minutes the person at the register asks if anyone wants to pay with cash. Jim indicates that he would so they add up his purchases which he pays for with a $5 bill and we leave. We are now almost 45 minutes behind schedule. I will have to phone mom and dad ...
... about. We quickly learned that 'jandals' are flip flops. We immediately adopted this term. Halfway through the trip, at the Te Papa museum in Wellington of all places, we learned that 'jandal' was slang for 'Japanese sandal'. Josh is currently sporting a pretty awesome jandal tan. I hope it lasts all winter.
I'm glad we made it back just in time for the holiday season. We are going to be busy now with all kinds of ...
... got a waffle cone - very good!
Now we're back at the room, getting ready to eat the quart of egg drop soup we brought home from the Chinese restaurant last night.
The weather has been delightfully cool, but at every parking lot, we see electrical outlets so people can keep their engine blocks warm in winter! That sounds too cold here in winter for me!
Tomorrow we head for Regina, Saskatchewan.
... much time with them; a couple from Perth have pal-up with a couple from Townsville, and another couple from Cronulla - these 6 are all loud, 'look at me', and pretentious acting if they are absolutely loaded (I am sure Eric and Mav have more $) - I avoid them as much as I can. Though yesterday, when I dropped into the pub for a drink, I could hear some one calling 'Patricia, Patricia'! As I am known by Trish - I ignored it - It turns out it was ...