Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis
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Monday August 3 - Day 21
Mall of America shopping day! We were at the mall at 10:00 and ready to tackle back to school shopping. It was pretty quiet in the mall initially but did get a little busier as the day went on. The mall is owned by the same company as West Edmonton Mall. The foot print of this mall is less than West Ed but I think it is laid out a lot better. There are 3 floors that basically go in a circle. You can’t get ...
... and all of the moms had fun too. Conversations flowed, kids played and a new kitten was snuggled- it was a great day and a good break for all of us to spend time with friends. A special thank you to Nikki and Dana to opening their new home to all of us for a great afternoon of fun and friendship! Tonight we are in Minneapolis still because tomorrow - MALL OF AMERICA! I for one cannot wait! Day #6 miles: 37 ...
... fresh bread right out of the oven.
The weather couldn't have been any more perfect, hardly a day below 70, and some days, downright tropical. Days that were spent on the beach, walking around, or sitting on a terrace. There was traveling by plane, train, ferry, bus, subway, bicycle and even Vespa.
I didn't plan any of it before, just where I flew in and flew out. But for 24 days, I got to let go and let it ...
... Tots, eggplant parm, stir fry, mashed potatoes, broccoli, salmon and basically anything else imaginable. Thanks to our friend Stefan we felt like bums on thanksgiving day at a soup kitchen!!!! After rolling each other out of the establishment we were pleasantly greeted by sing alongs back in the dorm room, some real stand up Minnesota fellas trying to make a difference! They weren't scared of our cookies, taser or Stefan's overly sexual advances dontcha knoww. ...
... the border making our way slowly across the states. The US felt so special. We could finally be in wild spaces without being afraid. There was no longer that persistent threat of banditos coming to rob us because we were foreigners. I could go running by myself along isolated paths and not be stared at or hooted at. We spent a lot of time in the Rocky Mountains, walking around, climbing rocks, and enjoying summer. We ate a lot of sweet corn. It all ...