Holiday Inn Winnipeg - Airport West
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... River offered a lovely view in both directions.
Back on the road and heading towards Winnipeg. We experience some elation which turns to confusion when we see that the GPS puts us at about an hour ahead of schedule. This is when Patrick remembers that we are changing time zone. We really do have to drive 8 ...
Richard was a bit worried about the Pontiac seeing Janine said we needed to remove everything visible from the car including the GPS holder. Lucky the Pontiac was parked just below our unit and Richard could look out the window to check on it plus there is a carpark across the laneway with lights on all night. The neighbourhood doesn't look to good (very ethnic a lot of Africans and Indians ...
... the $5 admission fee to tour the railway museum housed in the station. There was an old steam engine that had been used in the early construction of the rails in the region . . . it had helped build track out to the west coast, then wound up powering a lumber mill. Some person knowledgeable of these things, spotted it, and arranged for it to be refurbished and brought back to Winnipeg. It is called the Countess of Dufferin . . . you can read the history on the one photo ...
... to the steel beams we had to duck around to crowd into the space. I'm not afraid of heights, but even I know when to hang on and watch where I put my feet! The dome is not lit by natural light, but rather surprisingly fluro lights. I'm not sure how it was lit at the turn of the century when it was built. It has to have a solid roof above it, as a passing bird with poor eyesight or a heavy flock of Canadian geese would cause instant damage. Not to mention the up to 7 metres of snow ...
... location, so that was cool! The Jets were only welcomed back to Winnipeg a couple seasons ago, after being sold out to a city in the states when there was nowhere suitable to house them in Winnipeg. The MTS centre solved that issue, and with a new logo, a silver jet against a red maple leaf background, they came home to Winnipeg. It's said that the Winnipeg Jets fans are THE most vocal, supportive and loyal in the NHL, but this was all put to the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center