The Fairmont Winnipeg
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... choice of entrees (beef, pork, fish), and dessert. And wine. Before dinner, Sherry did the presentation and explained all the logistics. Calm Air has pretty strict limits on the luggage - 50lb each for checkin, 20lb each for carry-on. If one had 2 pieces of checkin, even if the total weight did not exceed 50lb, they would give priority to only 1, which would be very problematic if one piece does not make it on the flight tomorrow. So Sherry and I talked. I borrowed one ...
... to call us when he gets in. It is surprising that we have cell reception enough to make a call and even as we sit there at the side of the road the reception bars go from full to nothing. Barry calls us on Jim’s phone and he will come out. Even though we are so far out of Winnipeg, Jim decides to call CAA. If we can get the car back to the city tonight, all the better. CAA will contact the local contractor and then call back to advise if he is ...
... more grown in. We are getting hungry by this time too so Jim pulls into a nearby restaurant that he used to go to but we find it closed. It is around 9:00 and now I am getting hungry. We decide to go to Boston Pizza and head back to the part of town where we are staying.
The restaurant is not busy and we get a table right away. We look through the menu. As usual it is hard to decide what I want to eat but finally decide on a pasta ...
... hmmm what if I don't get my citizenship, what should I do... Should I look into some other possibilities?!!!!!!!
We weren't sure, could we even go to Australia?! How do we find out how to get a visa? How long does it take. I don't want to "just go" to Australia. So I started researching flights to Cuba then down to South America as I had found a great website that explained every country he could go into without a visa. I started thinking of places in Europe that we could ...
... road by the jail. This event was not in our itinerary and it was nice of our tour company ( Natural Habitat) to make sure we could see it once they learned it was going to happen.
After these optional excursions there was still time to visit the local post office (to get a Churchill polar bear passport stamp), hit a few more gift shops and visit a small museum dedicated to the Eskimo culture. After lunch at a local restaurant we headed back to the Churchill airport for our ...