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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Kids pool
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
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... the subject of a PhD thesis and a book called " The Hermetic Code". It is quite an elegant structure.
The next stop was a two hour visit to a fabulous local museum dedicated to life in Manitoba. We had a local museum guide who led us through the highlights of life here starting in prehistoric times moving to more modern times. ...
... hydro) and the importance of bringing electricity into peoples lives. We learn't that Mainitoba has two great rivers The Winnipeg and the Nelson on which there are bout 9 generating plants.
We also saaw an interesting 25min video designed for school children explaining what electricity is how it is generated and how rivers can do this and finally how it is distributed. We also learnt that they DC transmission line 600 miles long at 500kv which is ...
... much or how little snow is left. Now the weather in Winnipeg is a whole other story. Of course it has to be pouring rain as I sit outside here with Tucker for a few hours before our next flight. Oh well, I'll be home to my parents house in a few hours and then have 4 very busy days with final preparations for my travel across the ...
... Beach to see the wooden roller coaster and beautiful people, and then on to the "Regale Beagle" where Jack and Larry used to frequent. Dad will probably have whiskey and diet gingerale with lots of ice, Sarah will most likely get super drunk off half a glass of wine. I will sadly order a juice and drink it with a sad face. Fetus will silently thank me by kicking me in the bladder continuously. We'll check out with the elves nodding in approval, grab a few muffins and hit the ...
... plus his last Christmas one, and a card with something I value even more, a photo of the two of them in Hawaii earlier this year. Not only that, they insisted on paying for the meal, I really hope I get to return the favour one day, because then it will be my turn to "shout." ( for the Canadians reading, that means "I'll be paying"! ) We chose the Christmas menu, and could barely manage to get through it all. Mushroom and potato truffle soup, which I followed with ...