Place Louis Riel Suite Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... a text from my sister telling me that a tornado has touched down between where we are in Vita and where my brother lives in Beausejour. She urges us to be careful driving but we are already here so there is no fear about being on the road. Barry has taken the dog out for another walk. I look out the window and I see that the clouds to the east of us are extremely black. “I am going to go out and try and get a few pictures,” I tell Jim and ...
... railway display in another building so we step inside where Jim takes a video of the model trains navigating the N scale track. We reach the truck at 3:00 p.m. and head back toward the city.
Before we reach the perimeter highway I ask what we are going to do next. “I don’t know,” Jim tells me. “Go for a drive?” We turn right and start down the road and then take a left turn. “We could go and ...
... For just Australia and Thailand and on top of it all she had him flying through the United States, where he can't go into!!! I lost it, I sent her a scathing email and decided to figure out things on my own. I was livid I said to him what the hell!!! what is wrong with you! "Babe I was waiting for my citizenship" hmmm ok so you are trying to tell me you didn't know for a MINIMUM of 6 months we were going to Australia!!! (Where HE wants to go!) The thought didn't even cross ...
... hour charter flight back to Winnipeg. By the way, we were lucky as the weather yesterday was so foggy that the flights in and out of Churchill were cancelled and people coming and leaving tours were stuck until the weather cleared up late in the day. We heard one group did not land here until 3AM!
Tonight was the farewell reception at the Winnipeg hotel and we return to civilization and our regular lives tomorrow. Our dessert was (of course) polar bear (white) chocolates.
... crossing the Rockies have seen the film in Victoria, however these days there are two routes through the Mountains, the original which goes south from Kamloops and goes to Banf which is only used by the Rocky Mountaineer and freight and the northern route which was the one this time taking us to Saskatoon. We seemed to follow a number of valleys with no spectacular cuttings or bridges. Only one distant mountain with snow.
We arrived at Jasper only 2 hrs late at 6:00pm, We all ...