Country Inn & Suites Winnipeg
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We started our day with Splash Dash [boat] Tours. I highly recommend it if you come up this way sometime! They took us up the Assiniboine River, then back to its junction with the Red River, down the Red River a ways, then returned to the dock. The tour guide/boat pilot was interesting and informative. I learned today the the Red River (of the …
... my sin, with Joy flowing right alongside in the calm peace of knowing a repentance that will bring me back again, in favor and communion with God. Nathan answered David "The Lord also hath put away your sin..." My feelings are not more important than the cause of Christ. I lay my heavy rock of personal pain and offences down at the foot of the cross. I stand my sin in its proffered place as the COST of the Son of God dying there to pay its heavy price. Here I am nearing part two, and ...
... 00 am (6:00 am in London), the Captain announces that we were near London and were just waiting for the green light to land at Heathrow. As we were the third plane in a line waiting to land, we had to circle the city a few times. Though the picture tagged to this entry suggests a pilot who has been imbibing or who forgot where London was located, I can assure you that we were just waiting for the right moment. We touched down and the tour officially ...
Later that same day, after finishing off some cleaning and sorting out, I had something a whole lot more fun planned. My friends Rachelle and Hugh had invited me to dine with them at the Fairmont Hotel, at their signature restaurant The Velvet Glove. It's every bit as luxurious as it sounds. Rachelle came and picked me up soon after 5:30, and thankfully we could park right in the entrance bay for the attendants to park. We were met by Hugh at the door, as he had just ...
... were like kids on Christmas morning when I gave them the fun job of clipping little toy koalas to a nice big Christmas tree in the kitchen area. I'd had that brainwave a couple of weeks ago, and had made up little cards with my personal and Aussie email work addresses. I tied them to the koalas with Christmas ribbon, and of course, I laminated them! They were such a hit, everybody wanted one, some people asked if they could have another when there were extra left over! Tracy and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites Winnipeg
Nice, clean hotel; decent price for Winnipeg. Good breakfast choices.
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