Clarion Hotel Winnipeg
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Despite travelling for 5 days at this point including planes and buses, competing, swimming, hiking, rock climbing and more, my gymnasts still had energy left by the time we arrived in Winnipeg. After checking in, we quickly headed across the street to Polo Park. The younger kids headed to the movies, the older ones to shop and I hopped in a cab …
... about. We quickly learned that 'jandals' are flip flops. We immediately adopted this term. Halfway through the trip, at the Te Papa museum in Wellington of all places, we learned that 'jandal' was slang for 'Japanese sandal'. Josh is currently sporting a pretty awesome jandal tan. I hope it lasts all winter.
I'm glad we made it back just in time for the holiday season. We are going to be busy now with all kinds of ...
... in the air for almost nine hours?? Amazing. So thankful it was a direct flight from Barcelona to Canada. There was a relatively short layover in Toronto (which was highly required given the system they have for connecting passengers - yikes!) and then the Crankies were on their last leg home. With chasing the sun, and seven time zones, that was officially the ...
The boys started early this morning with a visit to the Macdon factory while Cally and I caught up on the washing and packed our winter stuff up to send home so we have room in our bags for American goodies!!!!!!! This afternoon we had a bit of a look around winnipeg, 2 rivers join up here and are flooding so there is a **** load of water. We are now ready to move on to the states!!! Off to Chicago tomorrow, looking forward to ...
... days were spent at the zoo or over the river in Saint Boniface (the French part; not that much time spent here considering who my travel companion is) or taking a river boat tour on both the rivers Winnipeg has to offer or a walking tour of the Exchange District.
I did enjoy our time in Winnipeg and the city itself was very interesting but with temperatures like that (and it was going to get hotter) I really don't envy them their summers. Just their ...