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We started early on a Saturday morning (about 5am) to catch a charter flight from Winnipeg to Churchill. We boarded our bus from the Delta Winnipeg; which is a nice place to stay while in Winnipeg. We bypassed the main airport and proceeded to the Calm Air Terminal which is near the all the cargo and private planes. Upon entering we all received …
... it, so decided to force ourselves! It was a delicious custard, with an Italian coconut gelato and fresh raspberries. Thankfully it was a gourmet serve, and nice and light, the perfect way to end the meal....and then the waiter brought out a delicious looking chocolate slice, which none of us were able to touch!
The time with them was all too brief, as was the time I'd had to spend with them this latter half of the year. After dinner Hugh gave us a quick ...
... that I couldn't face giving away, and my fridge magnets I'd been collecting all year. Lacey had asked if there was anything I needed help with, and I'd asked if she was available I'd love a ride down town to the MPI insurance and registration head office to pick up my Aussie drivers licence, which they'd been hoarding all year, I'm still not sure why. She was kind enough to take me the very next day, saving me a long cold wait at several bus stops. I was also able to post the boxes, ...
... joined the train of course. The train manager was replaced by a comedic musician, Fabian (YouTube VIA RAIL SINGING WAITER to see him perform!), whose safety briefing included instructions on breaking the window. "You take this little hammer and smack it on the window. The window will shatter but will stay in place so you need to give it a karate kick like this [cut to him doing his best karate kick move in the aisle, "hi-yaaah!!"]. But if we have to escape ...
... banana, strawberry and cream creation! Rich and I are unanimous in thinking that Winnipeg is not a destination area as it is attractively challenged; although in spring and summer when the trees have leaves you can imagine how pretty some of the streetscapes would be. Generally speaking though Winnipeg doesn't have a lot to offer the visitor. It's more off a stepping stone to other more exciting areas. Tonight again the low predicted is -4. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility