Comfort Inn Winnipeg South
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... 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.
... more rested. Our first destination was the Prairie Dog Central Railway which since it was a holiday Monday they had a steam engine pulling some vintage carriages leaving at 11:00am. We managed to get photos All American/Canadian engines have bells as well as whistles.
Next stop was an ice hockey practice rink, we could go into one of the five to see some practice. Quite noisy with the puck hitting the side fences with some force. As we were leaving we saw some 9 year olds ...
... it started raining [Water!], so we
put on our rain parkas and walked back to the interpretive center. We also saw their prairie dog town out front, and their indoor prairie dog town with burrowing owls inside the interpretive center. Cute owls! They also have a few dozen stuffed animals (polar and black bears, puma, lynx, ferret, foxes, skunk, raccoon, woodchuck, beaver, turkey, Canadian goose, bison, and more). ...
... everybody settled. The two hour flight seemed to speed by and soon we were beginning our descent. After getting all of the students off the plane and doing a quick head count, we walked through Pearson International to find the gate for our connecting flight to London. We established a meeting time with the group and allowed students to head off in search of food or to browse airport shops. With the other chaperones, I sat in an iPad-based lounge ...
... end of year staff dinner when they sprang the surprise "wedding" ceremony on them, since they wouldn't be able to attend the real thing this year in Winnipeg! They got to see so many places during their time in Oz, but of course there are so many more still to see. They both wish to return at some stage, as of course I do to Canada. We both made so many friends, and can claim to be honorary Aussies and Canadians at heart now. Carla and Stews dog, Sidney, had ...