A Daytrippers Guide to Manitoba
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Written by Bartley Kives.
Published by Great Plains Publications, 2006.
|Sandwiched between North Dakota and Nunavut, Manitoba
has never been the busiest chunk of tourism real-estate in North America. To
independent travellers, this is a good thing: Canada's undiscovered province
offers uncrowded beaches, innumerable lakes and forests and unlikely cultural
attractions, especially in the gritty/cool capital, Winnipeg.
This glossy, full-colour guidebook from well-travelled Winnipeg Free Press columnist Bartley Kives offers a wide range of idiosyncratic adventures available year-round in every region of Manitoba.
A Daytrippers' Guide to Manitoba is the first comprehensive travel handbook to the province and an indispensable tool for visitors from abroad, Canadians passing through and Manitobans who simply want to get to know their own backyard.
"Culture junkies, motorists, wilderness travellers and anyone with even the slightest bit of wanderlust must pick up this informative and opinionated handbook, lest they be struck dead in the middle of the night by a wayward lightning strike. Wayward lightning strikes are God's way of telling you to get out more often." Bartley Kives
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