Days Inn & Suites Winkler
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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A brief note to say how lovely and hospitable the Wiens were for taking in my parents and us and feeding us a lovely spread and telling us stories - good, good people. So many pies: apple, rhubarb, saskatoon berry & blueberry Comeault popped by for dinner too: Crssa. It was nice to see where two of our very dear friends grew up and ...
... will probably be gone, but I imagine the industrial barge activity will continue. River cruise ships will be fewer, but hopefully have more success navigating. I am not even sure if the water level will be high or low at that time of year - perhaps low before spring run-off? Will any campers in their caravans brave the cold and set up along the shore? Will the castles be blanketed in snow? ...
... get together (consider work, school, interests, ages, etc.) - dive into the brochures (Uniworld River Cruises) - book long in advance (June 2013) - find flights that are less likely to be storm-bound (February 2014) - plan for extended stays (Matchullis in Amsterdam and Macson in Berlin) - check the local weather (1C to 8C) - pack lightly (please Grandma!) - and off you go (December ...
... time, almost all our conversations include Chris and me being told how we picked the right winter to leave the country. People actually seem quite traumatized from the winter of 2013-14! We are glad to have skipped out on the coldest winter since 1898, but now that we’re home I am actually enjoying wearing scarves, skinny pants and boots instead of sundresses and flip flops. The sun doesn’t set here until after ...
Every day I try to support the mom and pop shops by eating at independent restaurants and staying at independent motels. On Sunday morning, I stopped at a small dinner called Ma's Place because I was getting hungry and the parking lot was full at this old diner. I had a big breakfast with eggs, pancakes, bacon and potatoes for $4.59. The tables filled as quick as they were empty and the two waitresses worked like a tag team taking orders, delivering food ...