Park Town Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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June 2010 - Paris/ Switzerland (approx 15days Flight/ Hotels/ Transfers/ Tours. = $3770 May 2012 - Munich/Saulzburg/Geneva/ Bern/ Paris (approx 18days Flights - $1305.68 Hotels - $1425.59 Train Pass - $628 Museum Pass - $51.78 Car Rental - ?100.00 5 Tours - $180 <u>(</u>Eagles Nest, Sound of Music, Castle ...
... hours behind, arriving at midnight instead of ~8PM.) just so I could visit a city in Manitoba.
It was a leisurely day on the train. Had I known (not consulting a schedule), I would have asked to have my bed let down (instead of put into upright chairs), and napped all day to the rocking, while looking out the window at the dreary day, still full of beauty.
... longer to deplane. I was getting antsy.
It is such a hassle to have the stops in the US before landing in Canada. We had to go through immigration, pick up our luggage, go through a security check with baggage X-ray, recheck our luggage, then go through security again to get back into the boarding area. This all took time, luckily it seemed ours was the only flight to have arrived at that specific time, but it was ...
I had breakfast Tuesday morning in Winkler, MB and the restaurant was full of farmers talking about pesticides and their plans to plant on June 15th. One said he planted 3 weeks earlier and expected the next planting might catch up. Well, I can believe that! I had full sunshine all day and was cold all day despite the fact that it was about 14 C when I headed out (it is always about 10 degrees cooler on the bike than the ambient air temperature due to the breeze from ...
... number of vehicles to choose from and disdain public transport with a vehemence normally reserved for inadequate performances by twelve-year old ice hockey goaltenders who have really let the rest of their son’s team down. Despite the predictably annual appearance of troublesome snow and icy conditions experienced every year since their birth (and subsequent christening as either Jason, Matthew or Ethan, depending on the generation) many Saskatchewanians ...