Country Inn & Suites Winnipeg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites Winnipeg
Nice, clean hotel; decent price for Winnipeg. Good breakfast choices.
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... till Dryden? There is a Tim Hortons there,” I say. “I say we wait since we haven’t eaten yet and we know that the food is good there.” Jim agrees with me so we continue driving.
One of the most common things that I have been seeing this entire trip is the Inukshuk. They are little people-like figures made of stone and I have seen them often atop the rocky ledges that line the roads. The word Inushuk means "Someone was ...
... have to make a new plan, something we are quite good at! Shower complete, I head back downstairs and try the ticket office one more time and this time I am greeted by a pleasant male voice. “Good morning,” I respond to the ticket agent. “Are there any seats available for today’s run?” I ask. He checks the computer and tells me that there are only a few available so I ask if I can purchase them through him. He answers ...
... to stay we were both exhausted, and after an easy meal of ravioli, we snuck off to be unsocial in our room and watch some gotham and game of thrones.
Sunday was freezing! The old guy, Bill, that ran the guest house told us it was meant to snow today. Surely not. It's May long weekend, the first weekend of the summer season. No way it will snow! But outside it sure felt like it could snow! Definitely a museum day. With only ...
Sunday: a great day! It is getting warmer and warmer. While very chilly at the Bomber game last night, we are now basking in Sun. Today is our only non-driving day, of this 5 day adventure. It was a pleasure to sleep in a bit. My godson Steve Smith knocked on the door at 11:30. Gump had already left in search of a Catholic Church. Steve and I had a little visit, then walked to a nearby sports pub (they call them taverns here in Manitoba) for some lunch. ...
... view of autumn colors and such attractions as the newly opened Canadian Museum for Human Rights (regrettably closed on Mondays), the Forks Park (a national historic sight), the impressive Provencher Bridge, which runs across the Red River and a skateboard park, which at first glance resembles a dry swimming pool. While, once again, we regretted we had such short time, we were grateful for the warm fresh air and exercise. At 11:00 a.m. (dutifully responding to the 'last ...