Hilton Winnipeg Airport Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... twists and turns and lakes. The landscape is not unlike the parts of Ontario that we have already passed through. The road is very good and if not for the signs pointing in the direction of Kenora, you would never know that it is there a town behind the rocky cliffs. Not long past Kenora, we enter Manitoba and even though we don’t live in Manitoba anymore, it still feels like we are coming home.
Probably an hour or a little bit more than ...
... Another quick look around and we proceed to pay for this purchase and get back into the truck. Time to go to the train station. The GPS on my phone says that it is a 40 minute drive. It is 10:10. We are going to be late but were are not deterred. Even the existence of yet more construction has no effect on us but in our haste Jim does drive right past the exit ramp and we add a few kilometers to our trip by needing to turn around and going back. As ...
It's been a long day, but it's not over yet! I'm "trying" to get some sleep on the plane but between the turbulence and mister snorey man, it's looking like it might be a little difficult. Our flight left today at 4:45pm from Winnipeg, and we landed shortly into Minneapolis. We arrived in there with our jaws hanging open, I'm sure. Everything was modernized and all about technology. It felt like ...
... mushroom and green pepper, and some not-needed red wine. A taxi seemed like a good idea to wind up the evening. Monday: Checked out after our complimentary breakfast. We were on the highway by 8:30. What a day! Sunny and a high of 23 (we have a temperature guide in the van). We hit a wall of fog in Western Manitoba and visibility was non-existant for at least half an hour. Good thing the highway is as straight as a yard stick. We stopped for ...
... Miraculously we stayed relatively warm and dry all 36km of canoeing over the four days on the water. On our way back to the Pioneer Camp the wind picked up and we froze every inch of our skin. The waves came into our canoes and we bailed them out constantly. We tried to pretend we were on a roller coaster and narrowly avoided tipping, but some of us landed in the rocks. After several hours of paddling hard in the storm, we made it back to the camp for a hot meal and a ...