Howard Johnson Airport Hotel - Winnipeg
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... Lyndsey and as usual inform her she must "read the sign board." After homeschooling 2 children this is our motto and both girls know it!!
Next we are headed to lunch and towards our next "big" sight in Dryden. A&W seems to be the best choice (read only choice) which is fine by Lyndsey since she and Dad ...
... will know where we are and so will everyone else. The Dryer took longer than expected Richard got a little worried when I hadn't returned. Clothes are ready for another weeks wear.
Nice to rest have coffee breaks watch a bit of TV and finally sorted our Expense File to the same order as my Excel Spreadsheet. Time passes quickly the worms are biting and it is time for lunch. ...
... We re-boarded the train . . . and waited for our lunch call . . . all of the people who were originally booked for the first seating . . . on the first day, snagged all of the second seating slots for the second day . . . pushing us to first or third . . . so it was third . . . and we didn’t get seated until almost 3:00 p.m.!! I expect that dinner will be very late, too! L
But lunch was good . . . Carol had the hummus and pita . . . I had a grilled ...
... build up on it in winter, that would cause it to collapse for sure.
The whole building is heated by a huge water steam piped system which runs throughout the external walls. It used to heat the whole block, as in those days, it made sense for only one building to house the huge heating system. It takes up a whole floor of the sub basement. There is also a sub-sub basement, which believe it or not, used to be a huge underground stable for the horses, who would drive ...
... the players move is breathtaking, ice spraying out in sheets as they turn on a dime. At the end of each period fast skaters came out with things that looked like huge wide snow shovels, and swept up all the loose ice. Halfway through they brought out the ice smoother machines, don't ask me the official name, and then it glistened once again, and looked deadly slippery! The Tim Bits, tiny kids whose hockey gear made them look almost as wide as ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking