St. Regis Hotel
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... can go into without a visa!) So we booked! They turned out to be a bit more expensive in the mean time but still much less expensive than flying Winnipeg straight to Sydney! Also was difficult to find flights to Australia that didn't fly through the U.S. .
So we booked! Woohoo we are going to Tokyo! Sinisa then said to me babe we should still book for Thailand we hummed and hawed as we would have to send his passport to Ottawa, we finally decided we would do it! But not ...
... not much space for stuff so I had to put it at the end of my bed. The shower was good this morning and I didn’t have to wait at all.
The train has 27 carriages and three engines. Apparently it is not always this long but they have to take 4 carriages back to Vancouver for repair. There are 3 dome cars and one bubble at the end of the train. We had breakfast served in the dining car with table cloths etc. All a bit posh! Because the train line is owned by ...
... and emus which was good for them to see. And the tigers and lions were really good to see - they are building new enclosures for them so unfortunately they were in small cages but were good to see. After the zoo, Michelle kind of gave me a driving tour around Winnipeg before dropping me at the hostel. Winnipeg is quite nice in the suburbs - not sure what it's like in winter but it could be horrible with it being so cold. Once at the hostel I relaxed for a bit ...
... like it was cold.
Winnipeg was different to anywhere I'd been before in Canada. It's in the prairie land of Manitoba, which people seem to be using for grain farming and not much else. Along the path of the train at least. It took about a day just to get out of Ontario but once we did and were on the approach to Winnipeg the land changed from trees and lakes to dry farmland. The number of train tracks even increased, going from a single ...
... area, bus over to a different terminal, get boarding passes from Air Canada, go back through security, and board the plane. When we arrived at the Air Canada checkin, our next flight had already finished boarding and we discovered that United had not booked any flight for us out of Los Angeles, so we were stranded!
Air Canada stepped in and booked a later flight from Los Angeles to Toronto and on to Winnipeg, ...