Travel Blogs from Saint Paul, United States

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Splitting Apart, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Splitting Apart

A travel blog entry by larryrox2

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I just watched Rox and her brother Joe and sister-in-law Linda take off from the Minneapolis airport. They are headed for Portland, Oregon. We got stuck with this itinerary courtesy of Delta Airlines' rules about using frequent flier miles versus ...

The Night Before, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

The Night Before

A travel blog entry by paulcrothman

This is just a trial post, I leave ...

Home again, South Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Home again

A travel blog entry by pnp53

We would have missed our flight if we had checked bags.  I thought we left at 725 but we left at 7.  As usual, our gate was the absolute farthest away from security any gate could be and we arrived as they were boarding. That makes 2 screwups ...

Almost ready, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Almost ready

A travel blog entry by joankerk

The bags are 99% packed. And the paperwork is 99% organized. I have washed dishes and picked up around the house. I made sure Dad's bills were caught up and waited up to make sure the Tooth Fairy was all set. It was so cool..  Elizabeth lost a ...

Leaving MS, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Leaving MS

A travel blog entry by petermbeaumont

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Set my alarm for 4:30am and slept listlessy whilst expecting it to go off.   Pierce woke up and just raised himself up and was still asleep but seemed to be focusing on the end of the bed. I raised myself up and gently mentioned his name and he ...

First Entry, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

First Entry

A travel blog entry by stab329

I am home in bed, nursing an ambitious cold. This is the 3rd of 6 straight days off. I've been making a pig of myself, procrastinating on responsibilities. My 3rd niece was born this morning, a fat, healthy little girl. Eagerly anticipating word on a ...

"What do I stand for? What do I stand for?"

A travel blog entry by colleen.maki

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Today I traveled all over the Twin Cities visiting many places that reminded me of memories from my childhood. I went to the University of Minnesota to visit my Mom at work at the Campus Club and had a lovely lunch with her outside on the patio. I then ...

The Night Before..., Saint Paul, United States travel blog

The Night Before...

A travel blog entry by meyerthomas81

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'twas the night before travel, and...well I'm sick. As a dog. A sick dog. I figured I would put up a pre-trip blog to give everyone (and by everyone I mean mom and the two other random people who might read this) a glimpse into what packing for an ...

On to Tokyo, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

On to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by mlangie

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Went from slumming it in First Class to a "double-wide" trailer... See ...

Twins Win!, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Twins Win!

A travel blog entry by katiehallberg

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soooo I I am testing out my blog before I head off to Europe, I thought I already did a test blog with Eggener but apparently no one got it.... so this is Take Two! This last week-end I went to the Lovely state of Minnesota to celebrate my Dad's Birthday ...

Huey says goodbye, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Huey says goodbye

A travel blog entry by pbrady

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Huey's owners will be taking me to the airport for my 5:45 am flight tomorrow. They are true ...

Thoughts, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Thoughts

A travel blog entry by bonbons_travels

"Nulle pierre ne peut être polie sans friction, nul homme ne peut parfaire son expérience sans épreuve". "No stone cannot be polished without friction, no man can perfect experience without ...

Bemidji --> St. Paul, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Bemidji --> St. Paul

A travel blog entry by mrsbaa

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... Not books. So we had to do it. My self timer worked -- believe it or not!! :-D Country Inn & Suites By Carlson St. Paul South -- $104.00 BookBreak package -- included a backpack for each boy with activity books, pencil, swim goggles, snacks, ...

Home again, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Home again

A travel blog entry by pnp53

Sadly, all good things must come to an end.  We walked to Centraal Station.  We got lost here.  I had to ask for help and for some reason the guy I asked did not speak English!  But he spoke French!  So we knew where to go and ...

4 days until departure, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

4 days until departure

A travel blog entry by tajarj

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This is my first entry to this blog attempt.  As the next 20 weeks pass, I will either get better at the process or give it up. I will now try to get the addresses and contacts in order, if you don't want to be on the blog list, you will probably ...

The plans are final., Macalester College (Saint Paul, Minnesota), United States travel blog

The plans are final.

A travel blog entry by liorabarba

... deposit for my fall study program in Namibia is turned in, and my acceptance for study at the University of Maastricht with Macalester in the Netherlands should be coming tomorrow. For now, I'm in Saint Paul, MN,  a few more weeks of school ...

Night One, St Paul, United States travel blog

Night One

A travel blog entry by bradmoening

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MM- Today We wiped out quite a bit! CM- Tonight we jumped of a dock and did butt bombs. SO- Carter took the most spills today. He fell when we were talking about exercising in our sleep. He was trying to do it on his bike and fell into the woods he said ...

Getting ready for my great adventure., Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Getting ready for my great adventure.

A travel blog entry by pbrady

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I just put this app on my iPad. Will be taking pictures with it for my entries. Beginning the packing...how many shoes to bring? Weather looks good for departure at 7:00 am on Tues, Dec 18 flying Delta to Atlanta to Fort Lauderdale...hope to be wearing ...

Monday - St. Paul, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Monday - St. Paul

A travel blog entry by mrsbaa

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We had Breakfast at Breuggers's Bagels ($18-ish) with a bagel topped with cream cheese each and a drink. Two city centre parks have bronze statues of characters from Peanuts. I have dozens of Peanuts compilation books from my youth in Scotland. I ...

Wednesday, 2nd day, May 26, St. Paul, United States travel blog

Wednesday, 2nd day, May 26

A travel blog entry by tomandsandytrip

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... to our hotel.  Wonderful suggestion, Rex & Deb.  It was a great meal!  The Mississippi River runs through St. Paul and is very pretty.  The hotel we are staying in is very nice with alot of character.  Wisconsin and ...

To the Fair, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

To the Fair

A travel blog entry by tinabacasgibson

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We decided to visit the Minnesota State Fair in the morning, before the heat really set in, so we looked in the special supplement from Sunday's paper that Toni had given us and discovered to our delight that one of zillion free shuttle bus routes is ...

Moving from The West to the MIdwest!, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Moving from The West to the MIdwest!

A travel blog entry by pjnedry

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... nbsp; They stop in MSP for at least 20 minutes . . . I got off for a stretch and to pick up a local paper (St. Paul) . . . .  Carol always frets that I am going to miss the train every time I get off!!! Most of the stations have been well maintained ...

Packing Food and Gear, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Packing Food and Gear

A travel blog entry by bradmoening

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Hi!! This is our 1st update on our Pittsburgh to Washington DC bike trip!!  My dad and I will try to make frequent posts hopefully with pictures!!! So on this bike trip we are planning on leaving Tuesday 10th and start driving out to Pittsburgh!!! ...

Tour is being booked, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Tour is being booked

A travel blog entry by joelwx39

My sister, DeAne, stopped by several weeks ago and dropped of many books about Turkey. She  also put us in contact with Berna at Oasis travel in Istanbul. While looking at their website I noticed they had a Best of Turkey tour package. It hit all ...

Good Idea: Free Deoderant on Airplanes, St. Paul, United States travel blog

Good Idea: Free Deoderant on Airplanes

A travel blog entry by grunders

        I'm a little over halfway through my second flight; the one from Minnesota to Alaska. There are a few things that I've learned from my first flight: 1.) Being on a flight full of old people and kids is not ...

Day 1 wrap up, St Paul, United States travel blog

Day 1 wrap up

A travel blog entry by bradmoening

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We biked 64 miles today. It was a hot steamy day. We are at Brooks's Boss' cabin - it's huge We will blog more! ~ ...

st. paul!!!  thanks maren!!!, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

st. paul!!! thanks maren!!!

A travel blog entry by duitsm

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enjoyed a great day discin' with drew, then a great dinner with maren and david at moscow on the hill.  finally got to see the renowned 'rocky trails' ...

Learned new things about Mexico, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

Learned new things about Mexico

A travel blog entry by joelwx39

We learned a lot about the Mayan culture of Mexico. I did not know that people still spoke the language. We saw how multicultural the country is. People of many indigenous groups. Also those of Spanish decent. ...

We aren't like other Americans, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

We aren't like other Americans

A travel blog entry by joelwx39

One of the ladies we were on the tour of Celestun with told us we "weren't like other Americans". We took this as a complement. She meant that we talked to them as equals. It is sad that many Americans do think of themselves as superior. Maybe they ...

It gets dark early, Saint Paul, United States travel blog

It gets dark early

A travel blog entry by joelwx39

Merida and Cancun are at about 20 degrees north of the equator. That means at this time of year they have just a little more than an hour less of sunlight then we do back home. It was getting dark around 6. We have already been having sunset at 7:45 ...

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