Radisson Hotel Winnipeg Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a couple of journals. In the letter, we learned a few things that we did not know/expect - our memory from the last trip was fading ..... One thing was about the luggage limit for the Calmair which we will take to Churchill tomorrow. I will have to talk with Doreen about my carry-on camera equipment. Second was about the tips for our guide and the staff at the lodge - we will need to prepare $400 for the 4 days. That's more than the cruise .... Let's hope the service lives up ...
... 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 ...
... 8221; I tell him. “Fred isn’t home yet and besides we saw him yesterday.” Christine is my sister-in-law, married to my brother Fred. “We could,” Jim responds. I reach for my phone and give her a call. She seems surprised that we would drive all the way out to their place in the country. She also tells me that her mother is there with her and that we can meet her as well. I tell her we will be there in a little ...
Monday was our last day on island and the end to a fantastic trip.
Myra and I went over to pick up our dive equipment from Tiny Bubbles, our Dive Master and we also picked up a CD of pictures that I will edit and add to this blog. We moved on to Kapalua Bay for our last snorkel of the trip. Deb and Mark joined us we had ...
... night whether they would be flying as fog cancelled trips yesterday and more fog was predicted for this morning. Luckily the fog did not show up and after signing away our lives we headed to the heliport for our adventure, and what an adventure it was.
The trip lasted about 1 hour and we first flew over the areas we had explored on the ground the last two days, giving us a great overview and a totally different perspective. We could see all the tundra buggies and the ...