Humphry Inn & Suites Winnipeg
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The last two nights have been spent in Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba. Four weary travels arrived in the big smoke to find icy footpaths and a bitter cold wind that left us contemplating our decision to leave the warmth of the Rocky Mountains. It has been said that you can expect temperatures of -50degC and bone chilling winds in Winnipeg but it …
... warm destination vacations. Such a first-world problem, I know, but it was a miserable winter. We were both surprised when our leave from work was approved back in April, and booked our flights almost immediately after. It's not very often that shift workers get to take a month off, so we knew we would have to make the best of it! All summer as I booked accommodation, transportation, excursions and spent hours reading my Lonely Planet ...
... They are custom built and hold about 36 people are not designed for speed. There is no snow at this time of year so they were bumpy and even slower. After about 30m we saw our first bear. About 300m away lying down not in a slight bit interested although it did raise its head from time. We only have a 16x zoom on the camera which wasn't quite good enough however I will play around on the computer when we get home.
We stopped for a morning tea ...
... br> We went to a Chinese restaurant here in Winnipeg, Kum Koon. The food was very good, but they only had two waitresses for the whole large restaurant, and they never did bring the rice. Sigh! They did have fantastic egg drop soup, with vegetables and mushrooms in it. We ended up with leftovers because one small bowl of soup turned out to be about a quart of soup!
Something we are not used to is still having daylight at 10pm! Life up north!
... our stuff up to our room. We got settled in and then headed to downtown disney. We did a bit of shopping and had an early supper.
After supper we looked around a bit more then headed back to the hotel. It was a long day and I was super tired. I took a sleeping pill, put in my earplugs and went to bed. Found out the next day that there had been 3 small earthquakes overnight, starting at 11:30. The biggest was a 3.0 and the next 2 were smaller. I slept though them ...