Red Lion Inn
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... is a decorator extraordinaire, she had a gorgeous table setting, and a Christmas tree with the most beautiful decorations, including many that sang a tune, turns out she's a Disnerd (Disney Nerd, for you non nerds out there) as well, ha ha!
That weekend was my final one with my car, so I enjoyed the chance to drive across the city to Sandra's sons school, who had this amazing living display of scenes from the nativity. Their entire gym had been transformed ...
... like to try. They then mark what you've eaten on a menu card ( all in Chinese ) and if you've gone with people who cannot speak Chinese or have no idea of the menu items, it can be quite an adventure for your taste buds! Among my favourites were the sticky ribs, rice wrapped in lotus leaves and the coconut buns. We had a ball trying lots of different things, and deciding what we did and didn't like, and it was a really relaxing way to spend a couple of hours with friends. At the ...
... to be stocked with rainbow trout. Just the panacea a stressed RV driver needed to calm his rattled nerves. I managed to catch our entree while Maria finished her book in the sun, managing to sit outside for only the 2nd time on the trip.l Seattle Another early start (9.30 again) then 2 blocks up to return the RV and a taxi into Seattle. We had found what looked like a reasonable hotel close to down town on the web while travelling in the RV. When we checked in we ...
... entry tickets I'd been saving from when I'd bought a twelve month membership. This included entry into the Science Gallery and Planetarium, so after exploring a couple of galleries we went to see an amazing show about ice in the universe, and planet earth in particular. Dad was having as much fun as the kids I'd taken on an excursion a few months ago, which was nice to see. No prizes for guessing where I get the facts nerd side of my personality!
... buried here.
We aimed to go to one of the Winnipeg University buildings on the same street as the Art Gallery, as one of the venues show casing Folklorama was performing that week. The First Nations Pavillion of the Cree, Dakota Sioux and Ojibwa people's celebrating their culture through food, craft and art work, storytelling, dance, music and song was fantastic to experience. It's the biggest and longest running folk festival of its kind in the ...
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