Holiday Inn Winnipeg South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... way. There is no privacy for undressing if you do not get into the bunk first.
The double cabin is well designed but the bunks are designed differently than ours. The bottom bunk folds down the width of the cabin (ie along its short edge) and then the top bunk is lowered from the ceiling. Very ingenious I thought. We also had a loo and a basin. There was a shower in each carriage.
The train was very long with a number of dome cars and a two dining cars plus at ...
... at avoiding museums on my very first day, when I visited the Railway Museum. It was free though as there was something called Doors Open Winnipeg happening, which basically means all these heritage buildings offer free entry to the public one weekend a year. Handily enough, this year it was the weekend I was there. At the Railway Museum I saw the steam train Countess of Dufferin. I learned the following day during a talk on the history of Winnipeg that ...
... in the very last row (a gift of the Whiteside name) and was able to keep an eye on all of our students. So that the student next to me didn't feel terribly uncomfortable about sitting beside the teacher, I allowed her to switch with one of the other teachers. While we had already instructed students that we would allow them to change seats once in the air, I wasn't prepared for the very drawn-out and complicated game of musical chairs that ensued. ...
... somehow trying to pack 12 months worth of news and experiences into only a few hours, but we did our best. Tracy kept bringing out yummy snacks, urging us to eat, as if we hadn't had enough food this past week! The stories I most enjoyed hearing about were Stew sneaking around to organize and design the engagement ring, his proposal (using an ugly troll ring from Cheap As Chips in Clare because the jeweller wasn't able to finish the ring before they flew to Sydney!) and ...
... using and expanding my French language, and it has given the impetus to continue working at it further when I get home. 17 hours into the journey (still in Ontario!) the train manager announces, "the thriving metropolis that we are soon to arrive at is Hornpayne. You have about 30 minutes to get off the train and if you feel like supporting the local economy it has two shops, but don't go too far as the next train passes through here in 4 days time"!! It was nice ...