LeBlanc House Bed and Breakfast
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... on the road. Luckily, we were able to cross back into the US with very little trouble and were able to drive down through North Dakota and Minnesota.
The Mall of America is situated in Minneapolis, so, being the stereotypical tourists that we are, we decided to go there for the day. We were there for a good 3 - 4 hours, and even then, we didn't see a lot of the mall. This is because it is absolutely huge - so big, in fact, that there is a theme park in ...
... transistorized pacemaker. From there we checked into our hotel (the downtown Hilton where we received a great deal -$99 a night) and then headed to the Midtown Global Market. Jordan was very unsure of the market because it wasn't in the best area but when we went in he was awed. It contained tons of different authentic food stalls from all over the world. I believe a lot of them were food ...
... c) cook, seriously cook (or (d) watch the cooking, seriously watch.) Some nights we'll take this show on the road, but most often it entails free-flowing wine and noshing (cheese & crackers, chips & guac) while appetizers are prepared. I'd like to think that someday our enthusiasm for food will wane just enough so that we create a reasonable ...
... bush...crunching through the knee deep fall leaves. And out of the pitch dark appears...a gentleman....wobbly....with a long white beard and mustache...looking for all intents and purposes much like you’d imagine a hillbilly fellow to look. And so our plans instantly changed when he announced to us that: “HEY folks! Got here late an I din have time to make a fire...can I share yers fer a bit?” We immediately set him up in a lawn chair...before he fell ...
... am most definitely not a Longfellow fan, but one of my favourite Urban Fantasy novels is 'War for the Oaks' by Emma Bull, which is set in Minneapolis and in which Minnehaha Falls (in the eponymous park) is an important landmark.
The name of the Park, of course, is based on Longfellow's poem's tragic heroine, Minnehaha, gf of Hiawatha.
The Falls, and the Park, are quite beautiful - as is the ...