Howard Johnson Airport Hotel - Winnipeg
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We started our day with a nice breakfast in a World famous restaurant in Orr MN. They are famous for their huge donuts. Nope didn't get one. Maple bars were about a foot long, the donuts were huge.
It is a rainy foggy day. The area is really beautiful. So green, tons of lakes, rivers. With all the rain there is water standing everywhere. We decided ...
... time period in the wild so it is not inhumane). They are then tranquilized and moved back into the wilderness via a net hung below a helicopter. Some bears learn from the experience and do not come back. Others are not so smart and return and suffer the same consequences. We did learn the authorities are patient with them-there is no "three strikes and you are out" rule here. The transfer always attracts a crowd and today was no exception. There were at least 2 dozen vehicles ...
... information. We would have liked to do the river walk, but it was closed from all the heavy rain - the bank had washed down onto the path. After 3 hours we decided to move on as we weren't in the mood for another museum. We drove east and stopped at a campground in Whiteshell provincial park and decided to stay for 2 nights. Hopefully no more rain, though it's very cloudy and doesn't look ...
Well after driving nearly 3500 km across Canada our visit has ended as we make our way to Chicago. The weather is still really nice, in transit at the minute! We're supposed to leave Winnipeg at 8 am but flight was delayed!! Can't complain tho as the chick waived our luggage fee, so we saved ourselves $100!!!!!! Plus she didn't weigh them, not that it mattered we made sure our bags weren't too heavy. It would be good if all our flights in the States were like that but I ...
... 8217;t a whole lot in the desert north of Vegas; joshua trees and scrub. We drove up the Extraterrestrial Highway (no kidding) and it took a bit of planning to prevent running out of fuel in the middle of nowhere. We drove back into civilization when we crossed the border into Idaho. Finally, after seventeen hours and three more states, we were in Yakima.
The last hours of our drive ...