Holiday Inn Winnipeg South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... and a really striking cathedral within a cathedral. Would have loved to stay for some of the festivities (Bruce Cockburn was playing in the evening) but the rain, our travel schedule, and the long lines tipped the balance to moving on. I was really impressed with the downtown of Winnipeg and would come back for a longer stay.
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
I have officially hit my midway point...and ironically...the middle of Canada!
This was definitely wildlife day on the Trans Canada Hwy. In one 250 km stretch I counted 18 moose...YES...18!!!! Then there were the deer, birds galore, and even a slow moving beaver. Oh yes...let's not for get the millions of mosquito and black flies on my windshield...ick.
This was also a day of 'monuments' thanks to some tips from Frank...there was a giant Max the ...
... the other way just then, or I mightn't be hear to tell the tale. The other car started to slide on the treacherously icy road just before they passed me, and once you start to slide, especially on a corner as he was, there's very little you can do about it but ride it out. Braking only makes it worse. Life certainly becomes a whole lot more interesting over here driving wise once the snow begins to fall. I have to allow for up to twenty minutes extra to clear all the snow ...