AmericInn Hotel & Suites Bloomington East - Airport
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We'll have been here a week by the time we leave on Tuesday, and it's
been fabulous to find time with so many old friends - including the
unexpected bonus of being parked near Jan & Steve - who are close
friends who now live in Arizona!!
Tomorrow, we're going to the Mill City Museum with Fran - should be another fun ...
... 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 ...
... 94 freeway near downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota that was completed in late 1971. It is
placed at a near-right-angle turn in the highway, forcing the three lanes of
traffic in each direction to slow down. The advised speed is 35 miles per hour
Although constructed as a tunnel through rock, the surface a few
... A few years ago, we went to Uganda with our church (CPC) and World Vision to see some of the projects that CPC was sponsoring and to see our "adopted" child, Betty. World Vision is a great organization that moves into underdeveloped communities worldwide; they work with the locals to promote education, health, and self-sufficiency. WV partners with corporations and churches to adopt the area. ...
... 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).