Country Inn & Suites Winnipeg
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Nice, clean hotel; decent price for Winnipeg. Good breakfast choices.
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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 …
... and a peacock and gophers walking about the paths. The gophers are small squirrel type creatures which were very curious and lived in burrows alongside the paths We spent about 2.5 hrs there.
Next was a trip to the Manitoba Electrical Museum which 5 of us choose to visit, and very interesting it was too. Built beside a working control room it displayed how Manitoba gets its power ...
... because she can't possibly be in the same country still. Funnily enough, they scrapped the Sunday tea idea.
A nice little story there to illustrate the fact that Canada is huge, and you really notice that when you're on a train for two nights like I was, and to prove that at some point this month I was in Winnipeg. I realise I've been a bit slack with the blogging recently but, to be perfectly honest, I've been doing other things.
So, after our fantastic trip it's back to living and work routine in our fair city. Our trip rewarded us with so much.
Thanks so much for stopping by to visit this: our first blog. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did putting it together. We heard from many that they liked the photos and the ...
... probably be getting home quite late in the day, if not evening, so I knew I needed to be organised! I caught a taxi at 4pm, and it took about half an hour to get to Susan's. Their street is like some delightful scene from a TV show where you wish you could live there, but think that it probably doesn't exist in real life, right down to the name...Appleton Lane. There's a small park at the end of it with a tiny hill perfect for tobogganing, and all the front yards ...