Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Brooklyn Center
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... tour. The city is pretty and there are many, many canals and bridges. Our walking tour included the red light district. Nice area of the town with a seedy group of prostitutes that display themselves in scantily clad outfits in storefront windows. Yucky but interesting. We walked around a lot more, and then visited the Van Gogh museum. I loved it. Many, many paintings on display- he ...
... and trying to find a pay phone is almost impossible - everyone has cellphones. There were many older people and everyone had a cell phone to their ear. The hotel sent us a shuttle and we are the restaurant. The hotel has a fabulous restaurant - our favourite being the beer battered cheese ...
... how are ya" from Jay and Carole. They give us valuable information on what to do when we get to Seattle. The railroad passes through massive prairies, fields with no borders, the gentle motion of the train lulling us into a relaxing snooze as we journey across Eastern Montana to our destination, West Glacier, in Glacier National ...
... and Will was giving me all the history about Minneapolis as we passed certain places or buildings. He's a fun guy to go around with! We also went into the big Target store here but to my disappointment it was pretty much just the same as the one in Australia... Perhaps slightly bigger in size! We then walked down Nicollet Mall and to the train station where I said bye to Will and caught the train down to the Mall of America! Wow. Just wow. The MOA ...
... make some time by using the interstate, but it only took about an hour of that nonsense to come to our senses and head over the Mississippi at La Crosse and take Minnesota's Great River Road. A good choice.
Making our way to St. Paul, we got in touch with John and Toni, who suggested we eschew the 97° weather at the Fair and eat dinner in their Lowertown St. Paul neighborhood. After ...