Canad Inns Polo Park
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... bridge crossing a large river. Also at the edge of this park was a rather nice looking building which I later found out was the "Museum of Human Rights".
After that I made my way back to the station and went for an extremely quick walk around the Railway Museum based on the upper level of the station. This old museum certainly had some amazing items in it from a old 1885 built steam loco to some wonderful old coaches and wagons.
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polar bears, thousands of which wait on the vast peninsula until the water freezes on Hudson Bay so that they can return to hunt their primary food source, ringed seals.
Many locals even leave their cars unlocked in case someone needs to make a quick escape from the polar bears in the ...