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Winter Fun


Who says winter can’t be hot?


Winter in Winnipeg can be the most romantic time of the year. By Tania Moffat


Although the rose petals aren’t mandatory, a night out at a local hotel can be romantic.


are our top five sizzling recommendations for you and your sweetheart this winter.


J Te fire is so delightful


How about a winter getaway to the beach? Tat’s right, in Manitoba. Imagine waking up to a winter wonderland, the forest decorated with hoarfrost glittering off of every branch and blade of grass, snow gently falling as you walk through the woods listening to the birds chirp and squirrels chat overhead. Fabulous four season resorts, located throughout the prov-


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ust because it’s cold outside, doesn’t mean you need to let the home fires burn low. Whether you’re dating or married, 18 or 80, there is always something romantic to do with the love of your life; you just need to look. Here


ince, can offer all the comforts of home and then some. Go for a night, or better yet a weekend to enjoy some quiet seclusion and just focus on each other. Many offer romance packages, late checkouts and winter activity rentals. Te only thing you need to decide is where you want to escape to and what ame- nities are most important. If it’s luxury you’re after perhaps an idyllic, three-bedroom,


luxury cottage, situated on a half-acre lot will give you what you need. Bear Country Cottages, located near Grand Beach, offer privacy and all of the perks, including flat screen TV’s with satellite, leather couches, a BBQ, steam showers and hot tubs. Luxury and privacy, you can feel like you’re in the middle of the wilderness.


The Hub


Photo courtesy of the Fairmont Hotel.


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