BEST WESTERN PLUS Charter House Hotel Downtown Winnipeg
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We spent the summer at my brothers cottage in Sioux Narrows, Ontario from July1-September 20/15. We had a great summer with lots of laughs and many good memories of our stay. Thankfully unlike last summer everyone was in better health. We ended up back in Winnipeg before leaving because we needed a new starter on the RV. We also need to have the driver side hydraulic looked at but wanted to get on the road so hope to have it ...
... is my answer. “I would prefer to use my debit card on this, if that is okay.” “Of course,” he says and punches the numbers into the terminal before he hands it to me.
I thank the hotel staff for a lovely stay and tell them that when we come back, we would not hesitate to come back. I them go out the door and toward the truck that Jim has almost completely loaded by this time. “So are you hungry?” I ask ...
... so we plan to make quick stop there before going back and then I also remember about a small town called Komarno that has a giant mosquito. The reason is that the town name is a Ukrainian word meaning "many mosquitos!" Jim has never seen it so once we finish our drive through the bustling town of Winnipeg Beach we head to Komarno for a quick peek. It is only 16 kilometers down the road.
All the extra stopping means that our arrival home is going to ...
... into Winnipeg but will only be stopping here for about 30 minutes or so and that any passengers at the rear of the train wanting to leave the train will have to walk forward as the tail end of the train will not be on the platform!!
I quickly raced back to my tiny compartment and grabbed my camera bag then once again made my way along this very long train towards the front.
With the train stopped and doors opened I made my way along ...
... at Hooters, and watched the Vancouver Canucks narrowly beat out Tampa Bay. Walking back to our hotel, we were on the hunt for a pizzeria. We would have settled for a Boston Pizza but a local Italian bistro would have been perfect. All we found was a Little Ceasars (pass). After a 40 minute walk, we gave up and settled for convenience store fare. Sunday morning: We had a great sleep. This is a marvelous hotel! The free lobby breakfast was very ...