Carlton Inn Winnipeg
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... Not ten minutes further up the road there is a little place called The Beaver Post. It boasts native crafts, collectibles and souvenirs as well as gourmet coffee. It looks much more promising and inviting so we pull in. Leather work, jackets, t-shirts, pajamas, jewellery, amethyst, homemade fudge; this is a souvenir hunter’s dream. We wander around a bit and find some items to purchase. I also walk past the coffee that is available but it is only a ...
... 8221; I sit up. “That’s OK. It’s not really that late. Our plan was to get up early enough to make it to the Prairie Dog Central Train, if we can get tickets for today’s run. I wanted to pre-buy tickets last night but the website wasn’t working so we were forced to wait until this morning when I could call the ticket office which is supposed to open at 9:00 a.m. I pick up my phone and search for the phone ...
... train plodded along at about 20 or so mph and just never seemed to get moving. Freight after freight went passed and we were put aside every few miles simply to let them passed. All the time we made up by cutting our 4hr stop short at Winnipeg was now lost and we were once again about 6 hours late.
Sitting up high in the dome car watching the sun go down was a great experience. The colours from the wonderful pink sunshine reflection into the ...
First off... sorry about the pun.
After a challenging night, Winnipeg has rallied and redeemed itself (mostly). At a pub with sad hockey fans, I noticed the coaster under my iced tea.
There was a Salvador Dali exhibit at WAG.
And it was amazing.
Most people know Dali for his melting clocks and crazy moustache. And those both are ...
... laying on our front lawn with Alexa and Monelle in the 27 degrees and trying to soak up some sun. Tonight we are eating dinner as a group, having a meeting and then us girls are having a Bible study/ painting our nails/ dyeing our hair. Tomorrow we are meeting with Cam and Paul, our Outtatown programmers, and I am going to workout with Andrew again.
Winnipeg is treating me well, I love it here! St. Boniface is a super artsy community and everything is cute and ...