Hilton Garden Inn Minneapolis / Bloomington
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... Dinner consisted of the crazy-fun Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. with Jodi, Briggs, Kyle and myself. Afterwards we walked around the mall (I just HAD to see the Apple store across from the Microsoft). I felt accomplished once I rode a roller coaster! The four of us rode the SpongeBob SquarePants Rock Bottom Plunge. It was a quick ride but tons of ...
... heart. Lots of memories, friends, and good times! Ahhh its good to be back! What's up Minnesota! Missed you!
So, I will be working at the Minnesota State Fair which is coming up pretty soon. It's 12 days of fun! I am looking forward to catching up with old friends and enjoying my time here as well. Planning to make it to at least one Twins baseball game and maybe a concert also. Also while here in the Twin ...
... a great combination of old and new. Stretched out along the Mississippi, at the locks near the falls, are multiple renovated buildings that demonstrate the rebirth of the city. The Mill Museum retains the walls from the time it exploded but has built a glass-and-steel structure inside. Beyond that, the Guthrie stands as a black box with a big erection. Along the river are the ruins of the old mill, now part of the walking path. The ...
... in the silver-mining towns of Wallace and Kellogg, Idaho. The memorial statue is dedicated to the 91 miners who were killed in the Sunshine Silver Mine Disaster in 1972.
The last day's drive from Coeur d'Alene, ID to Portland is a beautiful trip, but I was in too much of a hurry to make many stops. You can see Mt. Hood from about 100 miles away, but there aren't any really good places ...
For the most critical entry on this destination you can read Alison's entry below.
For me you have to understand it is a guy thing. I walk into a "mall" or other shopping establishment and unless I am on the hunt for something specific the eyes start to glaze over and I go into a catatonic state.
We got to Bloomington ahead of schedule (see previous entry for the reason) and were able to get checked in ...