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 …
... got us club seats (more elbow room and waitress service, second tier in the corner). We held off on ordering food, as we were psched for Boston Pizza later) Attendance was announced at 15,000 (not a sell out) The Flames won 4-1. The fans were not impressed by the Jets lacluster effort. I saw many Flames jerseys on the concourse. It was a late one. Drinks at the game. A nightcap at Hooters. Then a long walk to Boston Pizza where we feasted on a ...
... for 5 hrs.
The food is where the difference lies. It is all packaged and reheated. lunch was packaged beef sandwich or submarine which I think is a meat roll. All cups and cutlery was disposbable. Just like camping.
Dinner was slightly better with a choice of reheated Thai Coconut Chicken, Chicken Dijon, Shepherds pie, Meatballs with pasta, Penne with Rose Sauce all served in plastic containers, luckily the wine was good and cheap.
We had a rather bumpy ...
We had a great vacation!
We made it back after a 20 hour bus-plane-taxi trip that went well, other than the 20 hours. In total we traveled about 15,000 kms, including 1,800 kms by car in Ireland.
We spent quality time with friends and family in Germany. We got to all 8 of the Fodor's top Irish things to see, including three UNESCO World Heritage sites. The Irish people are very friendly and helpful and the landscape is gorgeous.
... we certainly were not aiming for "shop-talk", it is tough to forget that you are 4000 miles away from school when there are 39 students sitting in the rows ahead of you. I am really looking forward to this trip as this is a fantastic group, but it certainly involves some work on the part of the chaperones. At the end of the day, I hope that the voyage is a success and that it proves to be life-changing for at least one in our group. At ...