Humphry Inn & Suites Winnipeg
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Waking up in Winnipeg was tough, like falling asleep in the Travel Stop restaurant tough. We ventured into the city and checked out downtown looking for a place to stay. Winnipeg was pretty, down by the river near the markets were amazing! We decided on some tickets to watch the Winnipeg Goldeyes (baseball) and a hotel room to celebrate the halfway …
... group. The restaurant went into operation in 1918 and has been feeding hungry guests ever since. We felt that we had to eat here. The big draw of the restaurant are the Finnish pancakes they serve. We got there around 8am and we all ordered pancakes. These pancakes are not like American hot cakes but more like a slightly thicker ...
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The customs official was frankly ****** at me for having the gall (naiveté) to show up with a story like that and no supporting paperwork. My saving graces were an I-Pod on which I could find 'proof’ of the terms of my volunteer commitment, and the fact that I had not checked any luggage – an indication that I wasn’t moving to the U.S. to live indefinitely.
After 20 minutes of interrogation and ...
... right where the Assiniboine and Red River merge. It is a combo park and gathering place. It has a long history from when First Nations lived and traded in the area, along with the first Europeans showing up years later. There is a navigation marker in the river and some small touring boats were opening up for the day. I asked a couple of the fellows how much the river rises in the spring . . . and they told me about 14 feet above where I was standing! They had just ...
... Gisele, a wonderful couple from Ottawa. During the day each person gets their own two person bench-seat, which might more appropriately be called a luxurious love-seat, if the feeling is there. At night the seating area transforms into the biggest and most comfortable upper and lower sleeping space you'll find on any train. Don't tell Jim and Mary, but you can actually fit two people in one bed.
Jean and and Gisele - or at least Jean - ...
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