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... br> Boarded the Canadian train reasonably ontime only an hour late (more about this later) which goes across Canada to Toronto however we getting off at Winnipeg.
The sleeping carriages are quite different to ours (4 single cabins at one end then 4 pullman type then 6 double cabins. The pullman are two seats facing each other with a fold down bunk above. one seat has a lower bunk and the other the upper bunk. At night there is a curtain closing off the bunks from the ...
... Beach to see the wooden roller coaster and beautiful people, and then on to the "Regale Beagle" where Jack and Larry used to frequent. Dad will probably have whiskey and diet gingerale with lots of ice, Sarah will most likely get super drunk off half a glass of wine. I will sadly order a juice and drink it with a sad face. Fetus will silently thank me by kicking me in the bladder continuously. We'll check out with the elves nodding in approval, grab a few muffins and hit the ...
... choices left over from the night before to add to them. After last goodbyes to the girls and Jason, Susan and I headed over to the Pierces' at about 2 PM. I was feeling nervous and excited to finally meet the two people whom I had to thank for letting me live a small slice of their lives in Winnipeg for the last year. It had felt right from the very first email that Carla had sent me back in April of 2012. I can't even explain it properly, but I know that it was ...
Winnipeg probably doesn't show up on too many travel bucket lists but I have some fond memories of this somewhat lonely outpost (balanced by some not so fond memories of long cold winters and eagle-sized mosquitoes) probably because of spending my alcohol-fueled university years here- I suspect that even Tunisia would seem like a hopping place if you attended university there. You really have to admire a city that lays claim to the title of 'Slurpee Capital of ...
... d'y revenir lors d'un prochain voyage. L'édifice du parlement manitobain, Legislation Bulding of Manitoba, est une surprise en soit. Une visite guidée s'impose pour découvrir ce temple érigé par les franc-maçons autour de 1911. Le plus surprenant étant probablement que cet "évident" lien avec la franc-maçonnerie ne fut pas compris avant le début des années 2000!