Comfort Inn Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... a really good visit, and in my mind this justified this whole crazy roadtrip. The rest of the afternoon was spent lounging about, drinking beer and watching NFL. At 4:00 we ventured back to Hooters (hey! they have a hockey bus too!) I was veryu surprised to see that the same table we sat at last night had a sign on it: "Reserved for Stephen King". I guess we made an impression Saturday night! After a few beer and a Ceasar salad, we boarded the bus. ...
... how the wine was sold. By the different size glasses 8, 10, or 12oz or a bottle. Canada is supposed to have gone metric and they do have metric road signs and sell petrol by the litre but when I asked our waiter he had no explanation except that they have more American than Australian visitors. Leisurely start the next day , walk back to the station with bags for a 11am checkin and 1205pm departure for the train to Churchill. We could only take in one bag for the two of us, into ...
... made it and went to a park to try and see a jazz concert. Sadly, we missed it (they ended early) but the park was gorgeous! The gardens we beautiful and the park was huge!! We got antsy an just wanted to get to the hotel, so we checked in. It ended up being a nice hotel and right downtown so it's a good location. We went to dinner in the Forks (a shopping district). We got Italian pasta and it seemed very ...
... attacks, abuse, loneliness, disengagement in marriage, disrespect, and mistrust, I see only temporary emotions for a child of God. The naming of this key makes it obvious to me that personal emotions I have experienced were seemingly justifiable parts of overall sin, but not one of them serves to lessen or make my underlying sin insignificant. Naming that key sin now becomes imperative. Before The Lord, before all. The key that opened the door to my actions was SELF JUSTIFICATION. ...