Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent Casino Hotel
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... light drizzle, then a mist. This is going to be one long ride if this is the weather we can expect. I start to notice things as the miles pass under us. The utility poles are all braced at the bottom. I had noticed this on our trip to Thunder Bay; Brenda told me that they are braced in that way because they are erected in swampy land and need to be stabilized so that they don’t fall over. I guess that is important. The next thing I notice as we drive ...
... 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 ...
Great start to our trip! We are staying at a hotel in Wpg, turns out the pool it great! Kids are having a blast. There's a big fast slide, kiddie pool area for Hailey and an awesome hot tub. Too perfect! We are going to bed around 8pm, and getting up at 2:30am & head to the airport. Definatly getting excited ...
... there were things I didn't know. Dali loved the idea of people wearing his art, so he created a line of fine jewelry.
Dali was an enthusiastic subject for photographers, where he mugged for the camera and played with his moustache. The series of photographs follow the progress of Dali's career.
It was an amazing exhibit and a crowning jewel for the city.
Today is Monday, September 22. We have now been on our train for nearly 36 hours and, as you might expect, we have become well-acquainted with our surroundings. By day, we vary our sitting and walking to/from our cabin, a dome observation car, a lounge, and, of course, a dining car. Not to our surprise, the opportunity to get some exercise is very limited, while the opportunities to eat are much too frequent! Nonetheless, we managed to do some in-cabin exercises (orchestrated by ...