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... s buildings have mostly been preserved and restored, so even if they aren't serving their original purpose they are at least still standing. During a period of rapid growth in the mid to late 1800s, Winnipeg started to advertise itself as the Chicago of Canada. I've not been to Chicago (yet) but people seem to rave about the architecture there so on that front I'm guessing Winnipeg succeeded in its goal. But I will have to wait and see. And let you know of ...
... in Dublin that was used to transport people leaving Ireland at that time. It is about the same size as the boats we were on but made of wood and it must have bobbed like a cork across the Atlantic. It must have been terrible!
6. About 25% of the countries in the world drive on the left side of the road. Interesting that when you approach an Irish person on the sidewalk they move to the right. (maybe that is not so interesting).
7. One ...
... end of year staff dinner when they sprang the surprise "wedding" ceremony on them, since they wouldn't be able to attend the real thing this year in Winnipeg! They got to see so many places during their time in Oz, but of course there are so many more still to see. They both wish to return at some stage, as of course I do to Canada. We both made so many friends, and can claim to be honorary Aussies and Canadians at heart now. Carla and Stews dog, Sidney, had ...
... having been up for almost 24 hours! I don't know how we did it, but it must have been the adrenaline. To boot, I got a nasty cold the day before and could only drag my sorry butt to work for a couple hours the morning of my last day. We both booked that afternoon off to cram in as many last minute details as possible, R at the block doing the best he could to keep things afloat while away, and me packing and cleaning. I think our little pit ...
... what ship is in port what day, and how many passengers are on board. Those will likely be our beach days, or for sure, days we do things NOT on the cruise ship itinerary.
I've learned that prices go up when the ship is in port, and service seems to diminish. Cram in as many people as possible because they all have to be back on the bus in two hours. Not my idea of fun.
The next few days will be ...
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