River Gate Inn

Address: 186 West Gate, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 2E1, Canada | Inn
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This inn, located in the Armstrong Point area of Winnipeg, is near Manitoba Legislative Building, Provincial Legislative Building, Sir Hugh John Macdonald House Dalnavert, and Bayat Inuit Gallery.
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      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 ...


      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

      ... for breakfast a couple of times) was the architecture. Winnipeg has taken care to preserve its buildings, rather than tearing them down and replacing them. Except the city hall that is. In the 1960s, one of Winnipeg's mayors decided he really didn't care for the beautiful building that was the city hall, and arranged to have it torn down and replaced with a lump of concrete. It did make me nostalgic for my university days I must admit. Other than ...

      From Sorrow to Repentance

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

      1 photo

      ... of deliverance or very life itself, to lift me up from the place I had been. Or He could have done nothing at all. His timing is perfect, and he never needs assistance in pointing out our failures and rough spots. Furthermore, as He goes about his business of removing specks and boulders from the eyes of his own it is skillfully and ever so gently taken. In what manner would you prefer to have a speck or boulder removed from an eye? Each struggle, and my joy are too much to speak ...

      Flight Home

      A travel blog entry by bmjvacation on Jan 20, 2014

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      ... then says to me ok looks like everything is alright we were not sure what the other bottle was in this bag! Geez way to give a girl a heart attack at 12:00am!! So once finally through security we caught a cab back to the Greenwood and decide to spend the night and leave early the next day back to Swan River.

      All in all we had an awesome vacation and we cant wait to do it again!!