Holiday Inn & Suites, Winnipeg Downtown
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Sunday dawned contritely sunny as if Mother Nature was sheepishly paying us back for pouring on us so long. Our room faced the harbor, which shone brightly in the shimmering sunlight.
We discovered a Catholic Church just a few blocks away that featured a 0900 mass. We hurriedly packed and drove over in plenty of time. Mary Jo attended the …
I arrived in Winnipeg and it looked as I expected, covered in snow. The nice people at Thrifty upgraded me to a nice Chrysler 300 with a hemi under the hood, just the car to have on ice covered roads. The whole time I was in town I wanted to floor the accelerator, but never found a good stretch of dry pavement for that sort of fun. I checked in to …
... he was able, talk about the cat in the hat, the cheeky beggar! I'd then put it up on a dresser once I'd gotten it back from him, and of course forgot it! Sandy, after reading an email I sent her later that night asking if she'd give it to Carla to post back, as I'd leave her the money, decided she was going to drop it in at Carla's mums on Boxing Day afternoon, when I'd be visiting there. I so appreciated the effort, as did my ears once I reached New York later that ...
... the dive shop helped get me a little more excited about our upcoming adventure. I received a gift card to get some snorkel gear, and $350 later I left with everything I needed. Ouch. But, it's an investment....I/we hope one day I enjoy scuba so R and I can share many more fun vacations together. I have a picture of me with my new snorkel but alas, it's on my iPhone at home. And we're off! Let's see what Belize, Mexico and Guatemala have in store for ...
... I can't rate this experience in the same way as I have the cities, however, what I would say is that it is an incredible experience. For those who can't stand the idea of 4-5 days on a train then I suggest you fly to Edmonton and board the train there to Vancouver. A sleeper car would be nice, but for me, it would have resulted in a more isolated experience amongst a very different group of people from the fun-loving, young, pi*s-taking buddies that I spent the trip ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet