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 …
... the festivities. Not sure how the youngest in the crowd couldn't make it to midnight (with a nap before hand).
Long faces, and "I don't want to go back" were spoken, as well as "I understand". There was no applause as the wheels touched down, and "welcome to Winnipeg" by the pilot was met with a sarcastic comment echoed by those seated in front.
The trip was great, and when C asked me what my favorite ...
... hexagonal shape with a total of 40 guns around the sides. It was supposed to keep the French out of the area, but unfortunately when La Perouse ( who came to Sydney) arrived he captured it without a shot being fired.
After a short break back at the hotel we were off again to be taken on a dog sled ride. This was at Gerald & Jenafor Blue Sky Mush dog establishment. They had about 20-30 all outside most with a kennel. Each dog was chained but had ...
... 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!
... forward to getting behind the wheel. Sarah and I were back on the road today, travelling out of Thunder Bay and into Winnipeg. We talked nonstop and were in “Friendly Manitoba” before we knew it. The hotel receptionist, Frank, was far from confident when we asked if our car was safe in the sketchy parking lot, so we ...