Country Inn & Suites Winnipeg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites Winnipeg
Nice, clean hotel; decent price for Winnipeg. Good breakfast choices.
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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 ...
... he tells me that we should arrive at least a half hour before the departure time, gives some final instructions and asks if we know how to get to the station; I confirm that we know where the station is and then we conclude the call. I am happy that we finally have a plan for today. As soon as I am off the phone, I give Jim all the details and begin to get dressed quickly. We need to be at the station around 10:30 and it is now 9:40 plus we also ...
... 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 ...
... one of the safest countries I have ever traveled to. The water is not only safe to drink, but if you are close to mountains it's also delicious! Kiwis are some of the most polite and friendly people in the world. If we got lost, someone would always approach us to help give us directions. Talking to strangers was encouraged - which is wonderful for me, I always like chatting with people. Kiwis loved to hear about where we were ...
... indigenous religions. We tried learning Djoula, one of the tribal languages found in Burkina and Mali, but it is so different from English and French that it was really hard, though I do know some useful phrases! Thank goodness I can speak French!
After our 5 hour class we bussed back to our town houses and we had quiet time. I snuck out with my journal, my book and my laptop to a café I found a couple of days ago to try and find some quiet time to journal, blog and read ...