Hampton Inn Minneapolis-St. Paul North
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Slept well last night and woke to a beautiful sunny day. The plan was to go out for breakfast for pancakes (my request) and to be at the restaurant by 8:15 to avoid the long queue. Didn't quite work out to plan and Daisy and I are sitting in the sun porch watching the squirrels run up the trees and it is currently 10:00! Made it to the Original Pancake House for Brunch. I had ...
We have arrived in Minneapolis and our next flight is on time to Amsterdam departing at 3:10pm. Nothing else to report...which is probably a good thing!
Happy 10th anniversary to my twisted sister-in-law Marion and hubby Cecil...Congratulations!!! ...
So we did some shopping, i found a cool new clothing store - now my favourite, not only excellent service but great prices. OMG the prices - even with sales tax everything is SOOOOOO cheap.
Our second night in Minnesota was the long awaited dinner with the lovely Steve Graner - CTA Director of NME and his delightful wife Suzie and their son Luke. Steve, Suzie and Luke treated us to a delicious dinner at Wise Acre Eatery - where they grow all ...
... he mine, but he made my first flight very comfortable and memorable. He really liked my camera and was astounded that I didn't have a cell phone ("you have a camera but no phone?!"). In my head I refered to him as "Tel Aviv". Tel Aviv was really kind and didn't care I was taking pictures. He also liked orange juice and eating the ice (might as well eat it if they are going to put it in you drink).
The flight itself was quite the experience. I was pretty excited. We ...
... border from people who had crossed illegally, but we had never talked to anyone who had crossed it legally with US passports and a Guatemalan car. We waited in line – but for a change it was in our car. We could see the big fences, the shanty towns on one side of a ravine and the desert on the other. We could see all the video cameras recording us. We had our passports and were waiting to be pointed over to the side so they could search our ...