Canad Inns Garden City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and a really striking cathedral within a cathedral. Would have loved to stay for some of the festivities (Bruce Cockburn was playing in the evening) but the rain, our travel schedule, and the long lines tipped the balance to moving on. I was really impressed with the downtown of Winnipeg and would come back for a longer stay.
... will be more important tomorrow, but I digress).
Once in town, we navigated a ton of construction (they only have a few months before the ince starts forming again) and hit a couple of city parks. The first is called The Forks, and it's a historical, cultural, and shopping site bundled up together. Canada is full of international flavors, and several different cultures are represented in the indoor Forks markets...walk 100 ...
... Winnipeg is terrible. It is the bumpiest ride so far....we think that cut lines are put into the road to prevent frost heaves in winter and this makes it a rough ride. We arrived in Winnipeg with plans to leave the motorhome in a Walmart parking lot near my Mother's condo. We had called Walmart ahead of time to confirm it was ok to do so. We parked the RV and went inside Walmart to customer service to give them our licence ...
... t looking. Sedona will be beautiful and Sarah plans to sneak away for a hike while Dad and pregnant me lounge in the insectorium. It's a 2 mile hike in the beautiful red desert rocky country. We will bask in lovely Sedona country for awhile, and then in the late afternoon get back on the dusty trail and head to America's 4th largest city, Phoenix. We are leaving this leg of the trip open for discovery, we'll book a place and site see based on what we think and feel. Cause that ...
... at the newly reopened 360 restaurant downtown, and we met up with my wonderful EAs from this school year and last, Sharon, Stacey, Candace and Mary Anne, for a fun and hilarious girls night out, with amazing views of Winnipeg at night, 23 floors below us, while rotating. If you went to the washroom you may have found your table had moved, which a couple of us found a bit disconcerting! Also, we found out that Candace and Mary Anne weren't crazy about heights, or external glass ...