Holiday Inn Winnipeg South

Address: 1330 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3T 2B4, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Crescent Park area of Winnipeg, is near Manitoba Legislative Building, Provincial Legislative Building, Fort Whyte Centre, and Corydon District.
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    Travel Blogs from Winnipeg

    To Canada we go

    A travel blog entry by ccwalter on May 17, 2015

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    ... the Voyageurs National Park. The first visitor center was closed still, but the Rainy Lake one was open. And it was very rainy. It is really pretty, and I am sure in the summer full of boats. We walked down to the boat landing. There are no roads thru the park. You have to hike or go by water.

    Our border crossing was quick and easy. Fort Frances is ...

    The Perfect Ending

    A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Oct 23, 2014

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    ... road by the jail. This event was not in our itinerary and it was nice of our tour company ( Natural Habitat) to make sure we could see it once they learned it was going to happen.

    After these optional excursions there was still time to visit the local post office (to get a Churchill polar bear passport stamp), hit a few more gift shops and visit a small museum dedicated to the Eskimo culture. After lunch at a local restaurant we headed back to the Churchill airport for our ...

    A change in our age

    A travel blog entry by paulnjohanne on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... travelling by train, basically choosing not to be herded into ever decreasing spaces on planes or having food served to them in tiny spaces on plastic trays with plastic cutlery. The funny thing is, once you are "of a certain age", other travellers no longer ask "what do you do"? (Which is certainly traditional in the US). They now ask if you have kids, & if so, "what do they do"? We seem to have sat opposite to 6 different ...

    Oh, Canada!

    A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jun 22, 2014

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    This morning, we went to Fargo Baptist Church for worship. I highly recommend it! They were VERY friendly, the preaching was good, they had a real choir (about 15-20 people), and we sang out of a hymnal!

    On our way out of Fargo, we took a 4 mile detour into Minnesota and crossed the Red River (the state line) before returning to ND for our trip north.

    We had an uneventful drive north, going through customs at the border with no ...

    Good 'ol Winterpeg

    A travel blog entry by trishie on May 22, 2014

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    ... IT' crowd. So I did sit with them for a drink - but I couldn't tell you their names if my life depended upon it. There is a lovely jumbo of a man and his wife from Florida who is very pleasant to speak with. But the rest of the Yanks are true stereotypes.

    Yesterday we were to do a boat cruise around Lake Maligne but it was cancelled because the lake is still frozen over. On the way the driver would stop if there was any wildlife on the ...