BEST WESTERN PLUS Winnipeg Airport Hotel
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... bought a black bear cub in White River, and named it Winnie, after Winnipeg where he was originally from. The officer went to war and leant Winnie to the London Zoo while he was away. A.A Milne wrote Winnie the Pooh about his son Christopher who used to visit Winnie all the time at the zoo, and Christopher's stuffed toys. I had Winnie the Pooh curtains and duvet covers until I was about 16 (not even embarrassed) so this was very exciting for me!!!
... night whether they would be flying as fog cancelled trips yesterday and more fog was predicted for this morning. Luckily the fog did not show up and after signing away our lives we headed to the heliport for our adventure, and what an adventure it was.
The trip lasted about 1 hour and we first flew over the areas we had explored on the ground the last two days, giving us a great overview and a totally different perspective. We could see all the tundra buggies and the ...
... are experts on how coins are made. I held a gold brick worth $600,000. It's a good thing it was chained down or I might have been tempted to pick it up and run!!!!! LOL We took a tour which described the entire process in making our coins and also the money for 76 other countries this year. We have an international reputation on making money and I'm not talking about counterfeit. So, it is ...
... water!] that allowed the Hudson Bay Company to access central Canada for trading. But we never figured out the parking, so we didn't go in. (The main museum lot was $3/hour, there were other cheaper lots, but we either didn't have Canadian coins for one meter, or the other type wouldn't take our credit cards. :( ) Later, looking at the Museum's website, it seems the ship is being overhauled, so we probably wouldn't ...
... that is the nature of the beast in group travel. The food was soooo plentiful - I would skip breakie - but others would be grazing all day on the supplied pastries and biscuits.
The scenery was amazing with very clear delineations from wooded forests, to the prairies then to agricultural land before hitting the Rocky Mountains. I still have a little sense of rocking in my head after being in perpetual motion for over 3 days - the bed took ...