AmericInn Hotel & Suites Bloomington East - Airport
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... hats, masks, and bowties. We had Italian Wedding Soup, sandwiches, potato salad, broccoli salad, and brownies/cookies. A perfect summer picnic lunch. Tables and chairs were set up outside on the patio. Beth had chosen a Paris theme. There were mason jars with beautiful white and faintly tinged pink flowers on each table. A glass lantern with a candle inside it and an etching of the Eiffel Tower on the glass also ...
Wednesday, July 17 We arrived in Minneapolis for lunch, a treat from Jason, Chad's cousin who recently visited the east coast on his own road trip. He lives in downtown, the hip younger hipster area of town and works at a famous seafood restaurant known for the highest deck view of the city. I was still gorged from breakfast where I overfilled my self with cereal and milk, or rather milk and some cereal because who knows when I'd have dairy again! ...
... in past conversations, that not one of us is or can ever be good enough to earn Heaven. Clearly, through the previous conversations, we can see that Deepak sees sin. He knows that everyone sins and can’t get out from under the oppression of it. Erick stresses that there is nothing we can do to get ourselves (be) good enough to get to God (I’m paraphrasing here). It is only by His grace and goodness and love that we can get ...
... fair amount of information made available to tourists, but like I say, unless your passing through, it's a long way to go just for these two things.
The added attraction was the huge amount of motorbikes in town for the rally. We passed thousands of the things parked up in towns, we passed convoys that seemed to go on for miles with police escorts and we also got stuck behind a fair number of these big hogs (armchairs on wheels some of them).