Quality Inn & Suites
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After four days and some great scenic views, we're finally ready to leave Ontario. For the first time, Michelle leaves her former stomping grounds and gets to see the rest of her native country.
The first stop is Manitoba and it's capital Winnipeg. Manitoba begins a long stretch of flat land, and we quickly discovered that "flat land" …
When I was little, and I asked my mom if Santa was real, her response was always: “If you believe, the magic will happen.” That’s exactly what happened this morning in my temporary Thunder Bay home. The Easter Bunny came! My aunt did not want Easter to pass me by (since I will be on the road the next three days) so she …
... a wonderful museum, worthy of several days of exploration to really understand the geology and life style of the peoples of Manitoba. We were sorry to have to leave. One of the best of its type we have seen.
Lunch was at our next stop- the Fort Whyte Alive environmental educational center. The center focuses on the outdoors ...
... voltage and longest transmission line in the world.
Our last vist was an ice hockey match at the IcePlex complex. This has about 5 rinks which we saw briefly during the first visi to Winnipeg. Well the driver had seen that there were matches starting at 6:30pm.
We saw 2 matches but only the first session of each. The first was the Monarchs versus the Hawks black ...
... trail along the Red River, which flows south to north, and crossed it on the Provencher Bridge. We saw the new Human Rights Museum and the Esplanade Riel Bridge. We passed the St. Boniface Cathedral and Museum; the Historic French District; crossed back over the Red River on the Norwood Bridge; and walked through The Forks, a popular outdoor gathering spot where the Red and Assiniboine ...