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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 …
... Lord Selkirk brought a party of Scottish settlers to Winnipeg. The shift from trapping and hunting to agriculture began. The Cree Indian words "win" which is muddy and "sniper" which is water gave this Province its name.
We crossed the border at Pembina, North Dakota and drove to Grand Forks, North Dakota staying at the Holiday Inn Express. We had dinner at Ruby Tuesdays with Don and ...
... that matter, so that made things even more entertaining, at least for the rest of us! I was given a beautiful gift of a bracelet with a charm from each of them, and also from Lorri, who unfortunately hadn't been able to make it. So spoilt this year I can't even begin to tell you. It was bitterly cold dashing back to the car, winter was truly here, even if it wasn't supposed to officially arrive until December 21st.
Sandra Taylor, my friend who works next ...
... which Jan asked to be handed up to her by the 8th November, before the long weekend. At the time it felt like pressure I didn't need, but once they were done it was lovely to have the long weekend before me to relax a bit, and do something else besides school work for a change. Jennifer Cobb and I had promised that we'd get together and have a "Chuck-a-thon" night to celebrate the fact that our reports were done, and wasting no time, we scheduled this for that very night. ...
... which boarders Lake Ontario and drooled over the mansions that are built there, magnificent is all I can say...........no other way to describe them. That evening we headed back into the USA to drop our hire car off and pick up our transfer to Toronto Station to catch The Canadian. We had a lovely white stretch limousine, that would have accommodated 10 comfortably. It was a very pleasant 2 hour trip to Toronto, just kicking back and ...
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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