Minneapolis International Hostel
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After five days of sunshine and warm spring weather in Minnesota, we left for our flight to Rome on a rainy Sunday morning. We flew to Newark on a little commuter plane ... A horrible flight followed by a nice lunch and glass of wine at the Newark Airport. Then on to ...
I'm a TEMP!
And speaking of temps, Minneapolis-St Paul has the coldest average temperature of any major metropolitan area in the nation. In January, you can expect average highs of 24, average lows of 8. When I arrived back in the Twin Cities, that day's high was -3 degrees, a backdrop for the second-most frequent comment from friends ...
... will not be lacking. She is now making first preparations for brewing a barrel of this exhilarating Georgia drink, for exclusive use of the Taft banquet.
Persimmon Beer Recipe
The poor relation of champagne--with the advantage that nobody is ever the worse for drinking it. To make it, take full-ripe persimmons, the juicier the better, free them of stalks and calyxes, then mash thoroughly, and add enough wheat bran or middlings to make a stiffish ...
... of the national anthem.
We tried to get into the game, but the kids were more interested in the smorgasbord of delicious food that was on sale and talking to their billets than actually watching the field. But we learned a bit about the game. Somewhat. Enough to know that it went for a really long time and eventually got rained out when we were at the bottom of the 7th inning!
Oh well - we got to see and experience enough to say that we did it. Great day ...
... suppose to be, the shop next door said they closed up the day before! I took that as a sign and moved on.
We looked in the Capitol Building and the beautiful St Paul's Cathedral. The Cathedral alone was worth the visit to St Paul. Then we went to nearby Minneapolis.
Rusty was eager to go out for a walk so we went around the old flour mills. We parked on Nicollet Island and took the Heritage Trail. ...