Holiday Inn & Suites, Winnipeg Downtown
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... plane took up into the sky very quickly. After they left and after the first group of the next tour came in, Andy asked if anyone wanted to take a ride on the rhino for a short excursion. All 8 of us wanted to except Bob who preferred to stay warm inside. It turned out he was the smart one. Not even 10 minutes after we drove out, the beautiful sunny sky disappeared and the rain started! Forget about do any photographs, all I could think about was how ...
... 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 ...
... The train is now moving at what seems a rather slow pace and we all comment on this but since there is nothing to be done about it we enjoy the ride and the occasional comment back and forth across the aisle.
At one point, one of the women is talking to another member of their larger group, and though I am not trying to listen, I hear her mention that she needs to stop in and visit her mother before they leave for Alberta. She explains ...
... view of autumn colors and such attractions as the newly opened Canadian Museum for Human Rights (regrettably closed on Mondays), the Forks Park (a national historic sight), the impressive Provencher Bridge, which runs across the Red River and a skateboard park, which at first glance resembles a dry swimming pool. While, once again, we regretted we had such short time, we were grateful for the warm fresh air and exercise. At 11:00 a.m. (dutifully responding to the 'last ...
... burrows, and when we sat down at a bench, a curious little fellow came out to say hello. We went back to the car and grabbed some cashews and immediately became celebrities in the prairie dog communities. Really trusting creatures once you flash some food.
Overall, it turned out to be an unexpectedly great day, considering the fact that I hadn't planned too much for Winnipeg.
Tomorrow, we discover just how much ...