Hampton Inn Minneapolis-St. Paul North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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While on a family vacation my buddy and I decided to go ride some of the forest roads and trails off the gunflint loop. We found some really pretty scenic views and even a heliport! Unfortunately for me we also went exploring to where we followed a moose trail (we ...
... walked down to get dinner... Went to a pizza restaurant! Wow- it was REALLY good pizza. Wood fired and super thin crust! Delicious! I wore my Minnesota Vikings shirt so I definitely fitted in quite well. I'm enjoying Minnesota so far! People are just really easy to strike up conversation with and most people you walk by will smile at you. Minnesota is a state that is very livable but the freezing cold winters put me off living here!!! Another full day for tomorrow... Time is going too quickly! ...
... and gusto. This guy was pure box office and he knew it.The following morning, with Ed and Ryan somehow having dragged themselves out of bed and off to work, we packed our bags and set off to Cleveland. Newgazzi blog writer, fan and all-round good-guy Joey Buckholz had agreed to drive us up to Cleveland from Chicago and so he picked us up from Ed and Ryan's home at midday. Joey, an expert in cool bag maintenance had provided us with a seemingly endless supply of ice cold ...
Driving through Minneapolis on Thursday:
Friday Morning Josh sent these pictures:
I took this picture last night and forgot to send it to you. Another one coming Tick tock
8:32 am: the catholic church in Minneapolis Tick tock
8:36 am: These are great pictures Josh! especially like the one in the tunnel. Thank ...
... A few years ago, we went to Uganda with our church (CPC) and World Vision to see some of the projects that CPC was sponsoring and to see our "adopted" child, Betty. World Vision is a great organization that moves into underdeveloped communities worldwide; they work with the locals to promote education, health, and self-sufficiency. WV partners with corporations and churches to adopt the area. ...