Comfort Inn Winnipeg South
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... the road we travelled up to see the Thunder Bay Lookout yesterday. There is a lovely view of the town below from this vantage point, so we take a picture and head back down. That was sure exciting. Maybe not. By this time we have been on the road for about three hours and we have not had anything to eat and even worse, we have not had any coffee. “It’s only about another hour or so to Dryden. Should we look for coffee and food or should we ...
I keep trying the phone number for the ticket office and continue to get the answering machine. “They are either not in yet, or there is no train running today,” I say. I am persistent but I am starting to lose hope. After 9 attempts I all but give up and announce that I am going to take a shower and head upstairs. While I am in the shower I resolved to try one more time and if I do not get through, I will give up and ...
... Winnipeg didn't seem to have any hostels. We found an international guest house, which Dave called, and got us a room. A lot more than we had planned on spending on accom in the Peg, but a somewhere to sleep all the same.
It was Saturday when we arrived, and I a starting to feel like we are getting old and that maybe we should actually go out on a Saturday night *shock horror* but it didn't happen. After the frustration of ...
... everyone entering was listed as a hotel guest.
Maybe it was because it was a Friday night, and people were cutting loose. Maybe the guests at a wedding at the hotels were exuberantly celebrating. Maybe it was because the Winnipeg Jets lost 2-4 to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
It wasn't an especially nice evening. Winnipeg is rough.
Hockey team ...
... Scout, Audrey, Thatcher, and, perhaps, Kieran, included, of course!) This morning brought the arrival of blue skies, bright sunshine and much warmer temperatures. Soon after eating breakfast, we arrived in Winnipeg, our first, scheduled and somewhat extended stop - 2 hours or so. It felt great to get fresh air and really stretch our legs! And while the two hours did not afford us the opportunity to see much of Winnipeg, we were able to walk toward the waterfront to catch ...