Mariaggi's Theme Suites Hotel
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... the subject of a PhD thesis and a book called " The Hermetic Code". It is quite an elegant structure.
The next stop was a two hour visit to a fabulous local museum dedicated to life in Manitoba. We had a local museum guide who led us through the highlights of life here starting in prehistoric times moving to more modern times. ...
... hydro) and the importance of bringing electricity into peoples lives. We learn't that Mainitoba has two great rivers The Winnipeg and the Nelson on which there are bout 9 generating plants.
We also saaw an interesting 25min video designed for school children explaining what electricity is how it is generated and how rivers can do this and finally how it is distributed. We also learnt that they DC transmission line 600 miles long at 500kv which is ...
... The Assiniboine River trail was flooded so we continued our walk back through the downtown streets. We had lunch at a food truck, The Red Ember, in a converted container with a Freightliner Cab. They served great wood fired pizza.
Winnipeg is a Province of 664,000 people. It is the capital of Manitoba. The railroad, hydroelectric power and agriculture have contributed to its growth. ...
Emails going back and forth as we plan for the trip are always constructive. Deciding where to go and how to get there between three 1/2 people is not for the faint of heart.
Sarah suggested a rather saucy clothing-optional hotel for us to stay in:
Sarah's email: Found great hotel for Palm Springs!great views! almost done booking... ...
... it, so decided to force ourselves! It was a delicious custard, with an Italian coconut gelato and fresh raspberries. Thankfully it was a gourmet serve, and nice and light, the perfect way to end the meal....and then the waiter brought out a delicious looking chocolate slice, which none of us were able to touch! The time with them was all too brief, as was the time I'd had to spend with them this latter half of the year. After dinner Hugh gave us a quick tour of the ...