Holiday Inn Winnipeg - Airport West
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It rained all day in Winnipeg. Really a shame for the opening of the Human Rights Museum. It is a really striking building and the whole area of the 'forks' is a great downtown space.
We had a wet but interesting time - mostly across the river in St.Boniface - the french section of Winnipeg. Great food - ...
... you'll pass a Greek food stand, a fresh fish market, and a Thai restaurant.
Our biggest treat came at Assiniboine Park, west of downtown on the south side of the river with the same name. It's a big part of the city's recreational features...the park sports a zoo, several different gardens, friendly prairie dogs, lots of trails, a conservatory...
So yeah, about those prairie dogs. The big field in the park is ...
... chances of being horribly murdered at random in the street, which apparently happens in Winnipeg. Despite Winnipeg's reputation (so I was told) as Canada's Detroit, I survived and even had a good time, though I will admit to encountering more weird people than I had in any previous city. Or maybe I just noticed more weird people (there are a lot in Canada) because of what I had been told about Winnipeg. Either way, I'm still here.
I managed ...
... bags. We are at the lake now recovering from our journey and reconnecting with life.
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That weekend was my final one with my car, so I enjoyed the chance to drive across the city to Sandra's son's school, who had this amazing living display of scenes from the nativity. Their entire gym had been transformed into Herod's palace, Bethlehem's marketplace, the Jewish temple, the inn, the stable and the shepherds in the fields, complete with the church choir dressed as angels and somehow housed halfway up the wall of the gym! It was incredible. Thousands ...