University Of Winnipeg Student Housing

Address: 515 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 2E9, Canada | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Colony area of Winnipeg, is near Provincial Legislative Building, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg Convention Centre, and IMAX Theatre.
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Travel Blogs from Winnipeg

Faster Than Fairies, Faster Than Witches!

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Aug 24, 2014

6 comments, 45 photos

... relax when I drive. It will be different around Alaska as we have lots of miles to do and there will be not much traffic or many towns.

We drove a little around Amherst before we left this morning and once again the town had magnificent, heritage, large wooden houses. It has been an eye opener seeing all these heritage houses still in use and in great condition. Some of the oldest are older than Australia.

We are on the train now so are sitting ...

Winnipeg!

A travel blog entry by emstreeter on Jul 23, 2014

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We got up pretty early Tuesday morning to collect Porter from the airport - couldn't be late as he was traveling by himself and we had to meet him. Once we collected him we went to the mall (a big one, don't remember which one) and had an early lunch and did a few jobs before heading to the zoo. The zoo over the summer had just opened a new polar bear exhibit and it had a lot of hype so we were pretty keen to see it. The last zoo I went to was San Diego which has ...

Winnipeg: Canada's Chicago?

A travel blog entry by kate99 on Jun 21, 2014

13 photos

... had travelled to Winnipeg (by boat) to be the first steam train to run on the new railway. Her first journeys allowed the railway builders to iron out some creases, such as having too few water towers along the railway for the Countess to fill up at. This lead to some audience participation when the unsuspecting passengers were made to disembark, form a line and pass buckets of water up to the train from nearby rivers.

After the first day ...

From Sorrow to Repentance

A travel blog entry by soul-journer on May 25, 2014

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... and were made clear of this matter." A FEW DAYS LATER 1 Realizing Godly Sorrow continued. Today I began planting in a rock garden. Unable to move the rocks in this weakness, I'm reminded that my heavy rock of past trespasses far outweighs any of these in my garden. Will I carry it all the l-o-n-g way through whatever future I have til I reach HOME? Psalm 51 echoes in the back of my mind, but fades away to some distant place as I feel the crushing force of this rock. This weight ...

How many sleeps? (R)

A travel blog entry by rcadventures on Dec 12, 2013

1 comment

... zip lines, cave tubing, spelunking adventures (where you MUST have a licensed guide) and waterfall rappelling. There does not seem to be a lack of adventure in Belize, rather there seems to be far more than you can squeeze into a few weeks.
We're not "tourists" in the regular sense, that is to say, we're not looking for places crammed with folks off the cruise ship. To that end, I found a site that ...

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