Holiday Inn Winnipeg South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... into the future. There were iPads sitting on any and every spot you could rest your legs at. Ordering food without interacting with another person, from where ever you were, so of course I had to try it. $12 dollars later I had myself some mashed potatoes, broccoli and chicken. I am now on the plane to Paris. I quickly realized that there was no need to buy dinner as it was provided on ...
... hunting of them is encouraged. Each person has a limit of 50 snow geese per day.
We got to fly over the town of Churchill (which took about a minute) given its size. Of greater interest was flying over the ruins of the nearby English fort from the 1700s built to protect the interests of the Hudson Bay Company. I cannot imagine what life would have been like back then in the winter conditions that prevail in this area. It must have been brutal. Trees do not grow in ...
... well last night. It rained hard all night and there were areas of flooding in Winnipeg. Luckily we weren't affected but we decided to stay out of the parks and went to an area called the Forks. This is where the Assiniboine river flows into Red river. The area has a lot of historical importance dating back 6000 years. It is very quaint, similar to Gastown in Vancouver. Shops, eateries, tours ...
... made it and went to a park to try and see a jazz concert. Sadly, we missed it (they ended early) but the park was gorgeous! The gardens we beautiful and the park was huge!! We got antsy an just wanted to get to the hotel, so we checked in. It ended up being a nice hotel and right downtown so it's a good location. We went to dinner in the Forks (a shopping district). We got Italian pasta and it seemed very ...
... attacks, abuse, loneliness, disengagement in marriage, disrespect, and mistrust, I see only temporary emotions for a child of God. The naming of this key makes it obvious to me that personal emotions I have experienced were seemingly justifiable parts of overall sin, but not one of them serves to lessen or make my underlying sin insignificant. Naming that key sin now becomes imperative. Before The Lord, before all. The key that opened the door to my actions was SELF JUSTIFICATION. ...