BEST WESTERN PLUS Winnipeg Airport Hotel
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... us, and our plane left on time. Duty free was the highlight of the morning, with three liters of rum being on the menu for $40. Not as cheap as in the store, but we didn't have to pack it into our checked bags and risk our clothes being rung out into glasses... hey! Wouldn't you?
Our hotel had provided us with a bottle of bubbly on New Year's Eve, and C and I watched the fire works from the balcony. M ...
... towards us albeit about 200m away. We then walked rather fast to the Prince of Wales fort (approx 500m) where could shut ourselves in.The bear was not interested in us but landed on the otherside of the Fort and headed across the Peninsular to Button Bay.
The Prince of Wales fort was built by the British in the 1700's in an attempt to control the fur trade. It took 40 years to build - I guess thay could only work for about 4 months of the year - it ...
... 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.
... days) so she treated Sarah, my two cousins, and I to an Easter egg hunt. We spent the morning frantically searching for chocolate eggs. It was magical and made me feel right at home. After that we all sat down to a nice breakfast before saying our goodbyes.
I am learning to really enjoy driving days and was ...
... after the snowfall the kids were all out on the oval rolling enormous snowballs, until the grass began to appear because they'd used so much of it! They might have been over it by the end of April, but in the true spirit of childhood, were all ready to get excited about it again by November! They particularly love building snow forts, and I found a group one day snuggled down behind a giant wall of snowballs to escape the wind chill. The classes had the chance just before ...