Hampton Inn Minneapolis-St. Paul North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a beautiful rolling ride, I was rejoicing being back in the saddle when I encountered the bridge closed sign on my Route 9 to Sunrise, MN a town of 70 folks. Is there some reason, Surly and I have encountered so many obstacles trying to cross the border into Wisconsin? The ...
... socks and sneakers instead of shorts and sandals! My feet were at least comfortable though- and there's nothing worse than sore feet when you have to walk lots of places! I enjoyed my time at Minnehaha Park. The waterfall there is awesome! Fast moving and quite intense! I also met some nice guys at the bicycle rental place there and they got me some water and we chatted for at least an hour! Seems like people in Minnesota are quite intrigued to hear an Australian accent... I ...
... to join us on stage for our Cleveland show.After our show at the Beachland Tavern, during which Chester had dazzled the audience with a stoic display of stationary Djembe drumming, we got chatting with the owner. An elderly bespectacled gentleman, he appeared to be carrying a hairy grey handbag in his left arm. However, when moving out to the street from the darkness of the venue, the hairy bag looked more like a dead kuala bear before it became clear that he was in fact holding ...
Right now we are on a high-speed train from Paris to Amsterdam for our return flight from Amsterdam to Minneapolis. Not sure on the speed of this thing, 120 mph perhaps, but it is smooth and we are flying along. Soon to approach Belgium. Jenny is napping and I am loving the free wi-fi on the train. What a ...
... downturn since the Great Depression. It is critical that we continue the policies that are building an economy that works for the middle class as we dig our way out of the deep hole that ...