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 …
... days were spent at the zoo or over the river in Saint Boniface (the French part; not that much time spent here considering who my travel companion is) or taking a river boat tour on both the rivers Winnipeg has to offer or a walking tour of the Exchange District.
I did enjoy our time in Winnipeg and the city itself was very interesting but with temperatures like that (and it was going to get hotter) I really don't envy them their summers. Just their ...
... we were in the air, quite a number of students changed seats so that they could sit in close proximity to their friends. When supper was served, we encountered a bit of confusion when the flight attendant was delivering meals to students that she thought were vegetarians or lactose intolerant. This was an error on our part as we were certainly not expecting the airline to have received our dietary requests. One attendant mildly scolded our students ...
... it's caked inside your nose and mouth...not so much, ha ha! That was a nice way to end a fun day, and all too soon, they were disappearing out the door...Christmas holidays had begun!
After Sharon and Jan had dropped me off at the condo just after 5pm that night, I knew it was time to get some serious packing happening. I'd been famously (those who really know me know I hate packing and will often leave it until the last minute!) putting it off. But I knew I ...
... off for some fresh air - and the light snow reminded me of my trip to the Alps earlier this year, with my travel buddy Helen. Coincidentally when I put on my ski jacket I found the piste map in the pocket from our trip to Tignes - so it felt like a little bit of Helen was with me! Trackside wooden pylons along the route are like a scene from some kind of disaster movie and instantly make me think back to a previous employment [someone phone the Fountains "Near ...
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