Queen Bee Hotel
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... is gone to Safeway with Glen. We pull up in front of the house just as Glen does. Lesleigh doesn’t know we are in Winnipeg and does not expect that we will be at her mom’s. We meet them on the sidewalk in front of the house. When Lesleigh sees us her only reaction is hardly any reaction at all. “Oh! Hi, Mom!” We visit with Laurel, Glen and Lesleigh for a little while and Jim corrects the issue with the phone at ...
... first gas bar we see. The cost is $105.9/litre and the total cost is $79.00.Coffee would be nice to, considering we did not get to have any this morning so we watch the road in the hope of seeing a Tim Hortons before we reach the highway. Not my lucky day, as we do not see one anywhere. What the heck?
As we drive along I realize I picked the slower route. We are committed so there is no turning back. The route chosen speeds up and slows down as we ...
... I point out the Tim Hortons to the left and Jim pulls into the lot and heads for the drive-thru lane. “No potty break?’ I ask. Jim laughs. “What am I doing? I need to use the washroom myself!” We park the truck and head in. We meet in the dining area after using the facilities and decide what we want and step up to the counter. I order myself a Bagel BELT (bacon, egg, lettuce and tomato) along with a medium double-double; ...
... us, and our plane left on time. Duty free was the highlight of the morning, with three liters of rum being on the menu for $40. Not as cheap as in the store, but we didn't have to pack it into our checked bags and risk our clothes being rung out into glasses... hey! Wouldn't you?
Our hotel had provided us with a bottle of bubbly on New Year's Eve, and C and I watched the fire works from the balcony. M ...
... They are custom built and hold about 36 people are not designed for speed. There is no snow at this time of year so they were bumpy and even slower. After about 30m we saw our first bear. About 300m away lying down not in a slight bit interested although it did raise its head from time. We only have a 16x zoom on the camera which wasn't quite good enough however I will play around on the computer when we get home.
We stopped for a morning tea ...