Sandman Hotel & Suites Winnipeg Airport
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... go off out in the same direction. We found the park entry and carried on along the road. There was like no body around at all, and it was so quiet and much less built up than we had expected! We took a drive to look at some picnic spots and at beach area then found a shady spot to park up and have a couple of hours to chill out and have a bit of a sleep. It was a nice sunny day ...
On Friday, June 6, we did a 10 km Volkswalk in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba. We started our walk at the Legislative Building. Inside, the marble grand staircase is guarded by two life-size bronze buffalo. On top of the dome is Golden Boy. He represents eternal youth and the spirit of enterprise. The beautiful grounds include a statue of Queen Victoria.
We walked through downtown to ...
I have just arrived in Jasper. Yes 3 days on the train were well and truly enough. Whilst my little cell had a super comfy bed and enough nooks and crannies to akin it an upmarket penthouse in Bolivia's San Pedro prison (where the incarcerated have to purchase their own cells), you can only hide in your room for so long. As usual, most people hogged the viewing dome - even kipping in there when we were explicitly told to ...
... number of people wanting to take you to a zip line goes on and on. Likewise cave tubing, or whatever you are looking for.
I have yet to discover if I can just drive up there, and pay to get in... every web site seems to indicate that it is "their" zip line. Maybe the cave tubing guides actually supply their own tubes, I don't know.
Sometimes too many options is not a good thing.
I've found at least ...
... I know it's not gracious to protest, when they really want to shout you. So many friends I wanted to spend time with, and I was running out of time in which to do it.
Meanwhile, back at school the next day, every class was loaded onto buses for a field trip to a local High School called Tec Voc. It had all been booked and organised by Andy Young, the grade 2/3 teacher. Which I was grateful for, as I hadn't taken the time to do any field trip with the kids these ...