Winnipeg (Manitoba), Canada

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** WINNIPEG (MANITOBA), CANADA **

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  1. Sherelle Hopkins
    Sherelle Hopkins
    31 Dec 2021
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    While Winnipeg is not the most sought after cities in Canada, you can find things to do. Every year, there are cultural festivals that celebrate various different cultures. You can experience the food, dance, and clothing specific to each culture. Outside of this, I wouldn’t say the food is a main attraction EXCEPT for my favorite (a must visit every time I go) the mini doughnuts at the Forks. There are several casinos there for your enjoyment as well. BETA TEST

  2. mghaile93
    mghaile93
    22 Apr 2019
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    Historically located in central Canada, the city of Winnipeg is the least traveled to destination compared to Toronto, Vancouver, and Calgary. But, this small-not-so-small city has a lot to offer and has somehow convinced its people to call one of Canada’s most frigid cities home. Air Canada and United airlines have daily destinations to Winnipeg from any city in North America. There are a lot of places to stay in Winnipeg including the marvelous Mere Hotel (Mere Hotel). This hotel offers historical and cultural experiences of the city of Winnipeg, but is priced slightly higher compared to other hotels. But, it is completely worth the stay. The Forks is one of the mostly visited tourist destinations located in an area in downtown where the Assiniboine and the Red River meet. A once abandoned rail yard, the Forks is home to coffee shops, restaurants and museums and has been named one of Canada’s National Historic Sites. Definitely visit the Saint Boniface Cathedral that burned down in the 1960s: only columns and walls of the cathedral remain today. Winnipeg is an affordable city to live in and travel to. There are restaurants that offer high quality meals for a very cheap price. Car rentals are relatively cheaper compared to U.S. rentals as well. Winnipeg is not a diverse city. Although you will see black people here and there, the city is mostly made of Caucasians and First Nations. The locals are very nice and polite though and will make your visit spectacular.

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