Mariaggi's Theme Suites Hotel
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... with their smaller sticks but with just as much padding as the adults.
Then we were taken to the English Gardens and sculpture park, lovely sunny day but crowded because of the public holiday. Gardens were small but lovely pond with little frogs on the water lilies
The bus took us through some of the expensive housing areas, well established street trees and large houses, the driver mentioned that a number of retired people have a house in california wher they go to ...
... for breakfast a couple of times) was the architecture. Winnipeg has taken care to preserve its buildings, rather than tearing them down and replacing them. Except the city hall that is. In the 1960s, one of Winnipeg's mayors decided he really didn't care for the beautiful building that was the city hall, and arranged to have it torn down and replaced with a lump of concrete. It did make me nostalgic for my university days I must admit. Other than ...
... mercy. This is not a passive sorrow. It is powerful! To end part one I quote from Vessels Of Grace (my own journal) "FREELY YOU HAVE RECEIVED", Jesus reminds his disciples. They had been given forgiveness, a grace we often take for granted, forgetting not so much the magnitude of our sins, but the magnitude of the ONE against whom we have sinned. **************************** PART TWO - Identify the key that opened the door to your actions. As I look back on the processes in part one, I ...
... including us as we walked the short distances between the main attractions. Venturing out was worth it though as we explored the Forks Historical site and market place. Delicious food, interesting history and great company made for an enjoyable stroll despite the temperatures. We also ventured to the Manitoba Museum to learn a little more about the Canadian Indians and the Hudson Bay Company. The museum was huge!!!!! It even contained a ship that had been restored and ...
... tried to buy a new one, the -35 degree cold had killed it in on the five minute journey home, so I knew there was no point in trying to replace them. I left some money instead so he can buy new ones when the weather is no longer crazy cold! Once they'd dropped off their extra gear, it was time for the quickest "hello lovely to meet you, and now it's time to say goodbye" that I've ever experienced. I really would have loved to spend more time getting to know them both, ...