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A Travel Blog entry by craig.d.work from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
... . After our tour at the mint, we headed into downtown Winnipeg to check out the Forks National Historic Site, and the Forks Market (similar to Granville Island Market). We were slightly disappointed with both sites...the Forks is where the Assiniboine and ...
A Travel Blog entry by joshnadeau from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Winnipeg is a great city for the VIA Rail four hour layover. Things to do: -check out the Forks Market in the daytime -St. Boniface Cathedral sits inside the ruined facade of the old cathedral -the rivers -Robin's Donuts on the downtown side - has saved ...
A Travel Blog entry by travelingcanada from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
... it easier to head back into town for a walk around The Forks in the morning before we continued East. The Forks was really similar to Granville Island. Market shops and activities all around, and some tour boats on the Red River that you could take once ...
A Travel Blog entry by aussiewanderers from Rome, Lazio, Italy
... Word of the Day: Shopping! From Becky: Today we went to a HUGE market called the Porta Portese Market. Just when you think it ends it forks and keeps going on. Mum, dad and Sam bought some things but I didn't, Sam bought some lollies that ...
A Travel Blog entry by mtrm from Latacunga, Cotopaxi, Ecuador
... there early in the morning and met again the Spanish couple who visited Cotopaxi with us the day before. We did all the market together. Most interesting was certainly animal market. At noon we went back to Latacunga, said goodbye very nice lady-owner of ...
A Travel Blog entry by tystrawford from Sant Quire De Besora, Spain
Today we tried to find a hiking trale, but we couldn't because of road construction.We went back and founed a market, this market was outside. This is where the people of the village shop. They do not have a mall. There were toys, forks, knives, ...
A Travel Blog entry by suestravel2010 from Tel Aviv, Israel
... nice because it was a very nice day today so I quite enjoyed walking along in my sleeveless top! Next it's off to the Carmel Market - such a chaotic place! It is the biggest market I have ever been in, it must sell every kind of fruit and veg there is. ...
A Travel Blog entry by katieontherun from Suva, Fiji
... , destroy head. 1643 Abel Tasman, 1774 Cook. 1789 Bounty, beachcombers, marooned, married and stayed. Old religion: ancestor worship. Suva market incredible, five huge paw paws for 2 bucks I might return to Fiji some day. So many things are still ...
A Travel Blog entry by damodif from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
... stop. $2.50 got me my trip into downtown which took about 25 minutes. My first stop was to The Forks Market. Originally two adjacent stables for competing rail companies circa early 1900, the horse stalls were joined together by a courtyard and ...
A Travel Blog entry by kimrobinson from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
... the river to wander through the strategically important and historically significant The Forks, perused the shops at the Forks market building (renovated old buildings), took in the view from it's tower and then sat in the landscaped gardens ...
A Travel Blog entry by beanthere from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
... to The Forks. It's a big park area at the confluence of the Red River and Assiniboine Rivers. In the park is the Forks Market place, a kids museum, a National Park, gardens, hotel and some cool pieces of art. Walked through the park and then over the ...
A Travel Blog entry by shiverglass from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
... good. I'd live there if i could. I really am going to get fat here..... We made it to Winnipeg to a bit called the forks market. A nice uptown part of the city with shops and a market and such. Wandered there for a bit and had some me time. It's ...
A Travel Blog entry by magica1-rea1ism from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
... all stop running in September. We caught the bus Downtown and walked across to the Forks Historical Area instead. We wandered round Forks Market, which is incidentally the same market we visited when we were here 4 years ago. Difference is, this time we ...
A Travel Blog entry by mgraveli from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
... shops, many train tracks and even more trains as they move back and forth across the country. We went through the Forks Market which hosts many individual stores and highlights the lack of corporate food items available through the kitchens of Winnipeg ...
A Travel Blog entry by gensphoto from Kenora, Ontario, Canada
... Provincial Park through Winnipeg. I got to Winnipeg and took the time to have lunck at the Muddy Waters restaurants at the Forks market. The pulled pork sandwich tasted like chicken, so I asked the waitress about it, and she told me it was ...
A Travel Blog entry by joeandmaryann from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
... friend Summer suggested. Summer lives in Winnipeg but she wasn't feeling well and we were unable to meet up. The Forks Market was a cool tourist spot filled with little shops selling knickknacks. We had supper on a patio which ended up ...
A Travel Blog entry by skyisblu from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
... to true north and the sunrise and sunset of each equinox and solstice that define the circle. We bought some sandwich fixings in the Forks' Market and settled down for a late lunch. Not far from where we ate, the Golden Boy, symbol of Winnipeg, was ...
A Travel Blog entry by damodif from Winnipeg, Vancouver, Los Angeles & Melbourne, California, United States
... and were going to head into town so we decided to split a cab...they went to the Manitoba Museum and I went to The Forks Market Place for some retail therapy! Earlier in this blog I said that Winnipeg was not the prettiest city going around, very grayish ...
A Travel Blog entry by averyandkeith from Montevideo, Uruguay
... beautiful. At the end of our walk, we arrived at the port market, which is sort of the same concept as the Forks Market in Winnipeg, except that it is FILLED with parilla counters/restaurants.... Glorious, grilling meat as far as the eye can see! ...
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1 Forks Market Rd, , Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada13 reviews
Part of "the Forks" development, this buzzing fresh and specialty foods emporium has the feel of an outdoor market, but is actually indoors. Open year-round, it offers an array of ethnic delicacies and crafts, plus four full service restaurants.