Carlton Inn Winnipeg
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... find the washrooms. I am even less impressed. I do what needs to be done and find that Jim is waiting for me. We look at one another and I whisper to him, “Let’s just go.” He says nothing and we both head to the door and leave. “That was the worst washroom I have ever been in,” Jim says. “The women’s was less than stellar too. I don’t even want coffee.” We get into our truck and drive out of there.
... route. It is the oldest of its kind in the world. While today’s excursion goes to the small hamlet of Gross Isle, located northwest of Winnipeg, as all excursions do, it has the added attraction of classic cars and a fly-by by a 1948 vintage plane. All the years that I actually lived here I never had the opportunity and I wanted today to be that opportunity. Jim also wanted to go on this little excursion, but unlike me, he is extremely ...
Finally it was time for dinner and so off to the diner I went where yet another grand lot of well prepared food was to be had. Out of many choices of meals I settled for the duck and what a great meal it was.
After dinner I went back to the observation car and sat chatting with others over a drink. I asked the bar Stewart for a vodka & coke and he said "that's a strange one, I've never heard of that"!
While we sat there ...
... along, but never expected the blog to be visited over 600 times! You people are alright. Our wonderful friends and family make Winnipeg palatable.
When I first told Josh that we were going to New Zealand for a month, he thought I was joking. I started researching and planning over a year ago. We suffered through a long winter and through temperatures colder than the surface of Mars (Kiwis loved this when we would tell ...
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 ...