Minneapolis International Hostel
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... since we were all staying at the same hotel. Moments after we picked up our luggage from baggage claim we were picked up in the "standard" hotel transit--which turned out to be three sleek black Mercedes private cars. Our driver gave us an informative tour on everything from Singapore life, to industry, to urban planning for the extensive "vertical gardens" the city is famous for . . . he also spent time filling us in on some of the more serious crimes by Singapore ...
... place where they speak another language, have a different currency, different food and different customs. As I think back to my class with Brene' Brown, this gives me a wonderful opportunity to be courageous in spite of my fear. I do not want my fear to define my time there. I want to walk into this new life with my eyes and ears wide open. I want to take it all ...
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is a large museum housing everything from magnificent sculptures to 18th century tea services. There were stained glass from a Frank Lloyd Wright house, Tiffany lamps, and an the most decadent inkwell I have ever seen.
But I spent most of my time with the incredible paintings.
Francis Bacon, Goya, ...
... remain in place. According to my professor who is traveling up the Malay peninsula and meeting us in Thailand, this is nothing to worry about. From what he has seen, the protests have been peaceful. As long as we as Americans do not participate in demonstrations and stay clear of any protest, we should be fine. I wasn't planning on becoming a Thai activist, so I'm not too worried!
Well, that's all for now! You'll be hearing from me next in Thailand!
... But the highlight was that Jennifer and I left the kids with the grandparents and went for lunch on Lake Minnetonka followed by a short drive around the Lake Minnetonka area...very nice and relaxing.
The afternoon was spent watching the kids drive (it was nice to see someone else driving for a change) around in their toy John Deer and pretending to drive the grandparents' motor ...