Canad Inns Garden City
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... Ever. All said and done, it was an excellent travel day with no glitches and fairly good airplane picnics on the journey home (love me them airplane picnics!). We arrived home safe and sound after sunset. Can't wait to see what autumn has done with the place since we left two weeks ago! (You know it was a good trip when it feels soooo much longer than that).
... 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 ...
... trail along the Red River, which flows south to north, and crossed it on the Provencher Bridge. We saw the new Human Rights Museum and the Esplanade Riel Bridge. We passed the St. Boniface Cathedral and Museum; the Historic French District; crossed back over the Red River on the Norwood Bridge; and walked through The Forks, a popular outdoor gathering spot where the Red and Assiniboine ...
Surprisingly, we made it through the border without a hitch and arrived in White Rock in the early afternoon on Saturday. We celebrated with dinner in West Beach (White Rock) and spent the evening with family before flying home this morning - closing the loop on this adventure. We drove 6333 km. Including flights, we travelled 17,512 km, visiting 13 states and 1 province in 10 days. ...
... galore. It was amazing. You have to pay $55 a year for membership, so using Tracy's card I was able to avoid that. Yet another example of her generous heart. We had one of the famed hotdogs after trawling the aisles. I only managed to embarrass myself once by wandering off with some strangers trolley, thinking it was one of ours! Thankfully he was really nice about it, and didn't think I was deliberately trying to steal it, merely tapping me on the shoulder halfway down the aisle ...