Travel Blogs from Winnipeg
... they were getting used to me living in places they couldn't see me unless they flew halfway round the planet! I sure appreciated the fact that they had spent the time and money to come and see me again. It was wonderful and exciting and weirdly didn't seem as long as it had been since I saw them last. I guess having Skype makes a difference, because I had actually seen their faces. Hugs were a given, mum actually didn't cry, which is good, because that would have made me feel ...
... left of Hwy1.
The scenery changed after Broadview lots of trees on both sides of the highway I think it was the Scenic Qu Appelle Drive to Whitewood. Stopped at the Information Centre at the Saskatchewan border before entering Manitoba where Winnipeg is probably the capital. Stretched our legs had a coffee break, went to the Washroom, got some brochures and signed the Visitors Book.
Time for me ...
... as we know it behind us and were getting to some more remote places. On our return, through the same areas, we felt like we had really returned to the civilized world and left the remote wildness of the North lands behind us. Some of the surprises we had on this trip:
- Alaska, and northern Canada, are dusty, gravelly, dry places. ...
... guest who said a needle had been found among obviously unchanged sheets, yikes! The most interesting one will no doubt be the hotel room I managed to get for a relative bargain on 47th street in the middle of Manhattan, only 500 metres from Times Square! Lets just hope I can get some sleep with all the traffic and nightlife that will no doubt be parading outside my window. I'll fill you in on the rest of my plans next instalment.
It's been a busy month of May, wonder what June will ...
... a while for them to process me, I could have waited hours and I wouldn't have minded, that was how much of a high I was riding on. That long drive home was the sweetest trip yet....and may there be many more to come before I have to sell my little baby gold PT Cruiser, she'd done me proud! The next day at work, I arrived to a massive chocolate cake that Ursula, the front office secretary, had made me! I'd rung her the night before to share the happy news that I'd ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed