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Volcano Tour to Ixtazihuatl
"You will be picked up at your hotel and your driver will help load your belongings onto the jeep. Then you are off on a road that leads directly to the volcano (lowest point accessible by car) and begin the ascent to the volcano for approximately 1.5 hou the jeep continues to climb for another 40 minutes. You will be given a break and refreshments while the driver discusses the different routes available to take. Once you and your driver decide the direction you will continue on with the tour. Each stopping point will be at your request to the driver so that you can enjoy the scenery take photos and continue on to the next scenic points that you have chosen. Your journey ends when you are brought back to your hotel.""""Explore Iztaccihuatl
From $360.00
 
Iztaccihuatl and Popocatepetl National Park Hiking Tour from Puebla
"Begin your hiking adventure with a pickup service from your hotel in Puebla to go directly to the Izta-Popo National Park. During the road you will pass through the magical town of Cholula and you will have the change to admire this beautiful p located just in the middle of the Popocatepetl and Ixtaccíhuatl volcanoes in central México and about 3400 meters (11150 feet) of altitude. During this adventure you will go to the religious center El Silencio and an Eco Touristic Villa where you can rest have a meal and enjoy optional activities (at your own expense). As a part of your journey you will walk around 1 mile to get to a waterfall from where you can admire amazing views of the volcanoes. After the tour you'll be taken back to your hotel."
From $90.00
 
Minneapolis Brewery Tour
"Join up with other craft beer lovers for an all-inclusive craft beer tasting tour. This is the most popular tour option and is a great way to learn more about Minneapolis taste great local craft beers and experience Minnesota’s unique craft beer culture. At each brewery stop there will be an opportunity to taste flagship beers as well as some new craft beer creations and seasonal specials. The tasting tour includes: Tasting a variety of best local craft beers (as much or as little as your palate craves) Safe and hassle-free pick-up and drop-off Friendly tasting tour guide Super spicy pretzels to munch on (trust us you’ll need them) A cooler for those who purchase growlers at the breweries and want to keep them cold Depending on what day you want to explore
From $75.00

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Mall Shopping

Malls are not big unlike in the Philippines that is why at first I am not really into shopping the first time I arrived here. But now I am getting used to it. Kildonan Place is the nearest mall to our...
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Eclectic Shopping

There are three main malls in Winnipeg: Polo Park, St. Vital, and Portage Place. However, for a traveller, you will not find much particularly unique about any of these malls, at least not enough to...
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Young's

You can buy many goods here from southeast asia, vegetables, processed foods etc. I even found products from my province Pangasinan in the Philippines like the shrimp paste, variety of Dagupan bangus...
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Sofia's Boutique

Sofia's was recommended to me by several people and I'm so glad I went. I used to shop in the malls and I ended up frustrated because there are not enough stores that suit my age bracket to make it...
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The Bay

This was one of the largest department stores I have seen in my life. I think it was about five levels, and the levels were all so big. On the second floor I believe there was actually a Sport's Hall...
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The Forks Market

The Forks Market is located within the Forks National Historic Site. It offers:Food - ethnic restaurants; butchers; bakeries; Ukrainian deli; produce; European products.Souvenirs and Gifts - Winnipeg...
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St. Norbert Farmers' Market

Local farmers and craftsmen converge at the market every Wednesday and Saturday from June to early October to sell their wares. All manners of goods are available including farm-fresh produce, meats...
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St. Vital Shopping Centre

If you are in the South part of the city, check out St. Vital mall.First of all, you have to learn how to pronounce it -- Saint Vi-Tell.A mall is a mall for the most part. Although this one does have...
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Polo Park Shopping Centre

Polo Park is Winnipeg's largest shopping mall. Located on St James St. at Portage Ave. it is near the airport.If you need a place to pass a few hours of time before your plan leaves, this is a good...
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The Bay

The Hudson's Bay Trading Company was founded in England in 1670 and is the oldest corporation in North America. They established trade with the First Nations people of Canada and brought back to...
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The Forks

The Forks is a collection of stores near downtown. There are several ethnic food shops (Ukrainian, oriental, Caribbean), butchers, bakers, wine shops, restaurants, tea and coffee, clothes. Pirogies,...
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Van Loi

Like Youngs, it offers variety of Asian products. They even sell live crabs here. You can also buy Filipino dishes inside as well. I love their lechon and kaldereta.
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Top Things to Do in Winnipeg

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Downtown Winnipeg

The Manitoba Legislature was completed in 1920. The building style is neo-classical, incorporating Greek, Roman and Egyptian motifs and elements. (Yes Egyptian! See if you can find the pair of...
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The Manitoba Museum

It is the largest museum in Winnipeg that focuses on human and natural heritage. It has a dome structure that seats beside the concert hall. What you can see inside are collection of treasures from...
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The Forks

When I was up in Winnipeg way back in 2005 (even before I joined VT), I enjoyed a nice quiet walk on an early Sunday morning along the River Banks. For photography you would want to go out either in...
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City parks

This is a great park in the midst of the city - a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city (though it can be pretty busy too in the summer!). The park is over 378 acres (153 hectares)....
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Royal Canadian Mint

The tour of the RCM takes you through the coin-making process. It is at this location where all of Canada's circulation coins are made (the branch in Ottawa makes the commemorative and collectable...
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Wildlife & Migratory birds & Ft. Whyte Nature Centre

The Fort Whyte Nature Centre, inside the city limits has boardwalks over marshes, a 70 acre bison enclosure, thousands of geese during migration times, and a building with birds during the winter, an...
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