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100 Fort Garry Hotel

Our Hotel - the historic Fort Garry

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The Lobby

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I think this sofa was built to accomodate a lady's bustle - it had a very deep seat

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The main Dining Room

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The Ballroom

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Museum of Human Rights - Humanity has come a long way, but it's content shows there is still a long way to go

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Inside - no stairs, just illuminated marble tiled sloping walkways - amazing architecture!

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Step inside the circle and sensors shine a light on you wherever you move

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"The Forks" park area - where the Assiniboine and Red Rivers meet.

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View of city center from the opposite river bank - Unfortunately the river had overlowed it's banks, so the walkway was flooded

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View of the city from the suspension bridge

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Statue of Robert Burns (poet) in Parliment building park grounds

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The Lieutenant Governer's House

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The parks around "The Forks" had a huge indiginous Meeting/Celebration Circle

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It was difficult to do it justice n a single photo

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Even multiple images failed to capture the "essence" of this site

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This is the stone entrance to the original Fort Garry

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In sumer - The gardens behind the entrance symbolize the original fort buildings

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This park area is deicated to Polar Bears

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There are several Colourful bears of the park

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