Holiday Inn & Suites, Winnipeg Downtown
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... Virden MB then pushed in to Saskatchewan. I am now in Regina, checked in for the night at Chateau Regina, just off the Trans Canada and surrounded by plenty of bars to watch Monday Night Football ( Houston Texans vs Pittsburgh Steelers, both 3-3). I had a swim and a read by the pool. We are about to venture out for one last evening on the town: football, junky food, draft beer and lots of laughs. Meeting people is also one of the great pleasures ...
So, we arrived in Winnipeg on August 15th and since then it has been a glorious round of grandkids. There have been train games, cat parades, magic tricks, big bears, baseball games, and pizza making. We have had a splendid stay at Holly and Scott's that will be capped off by a BBQ this evening. Then we are off to Beausejour and Jimmy and Helen's place for a couple of nights and then on to Leah and Jared's cottage at Hillside beach. Attached are some photos of the ...
2. There is an Irish folk song that talks about a bunch of women being locked in the bathroom from Tuesday to Sunday. It is a pretty funny song on a pretty far-fetched topic, or so we thought until we saw the sign on the public bathroom at Troc Waterfall. Picture attached.
3. We both left our smart phones at home and not only did we not miss them, we enjoyed not having them! It was nice to have that time away from the ...
... including us as we walked the short distances between the main attractions. Venturing out was worth it though as we explored the Forks Historical site and market place. Delicious food, interesting history and great company made for an enjoyable stroll despite the temperatures. We also ventured to the Manitoba Museum to learn a little more about the Canadian Indians and the Hudson Bay Company. The museum was huge!!!!! It even contained a ship that had been restored and ...
... rather than doors, things are looking real bad folks!"! So much of the route is single track, and it's very clear who takes priority. It's the freight trains. We were forever stopping to let freight trains pass us, and the first 3 days of running ahead of time soon developed into an 8 hour delay by the time I got off!! As Eric, our Canadian friend, said during one if these stops amongst miles of flat prairie land, "oh come on, just frickin' build two tracks - ...