AmericInn Lodge & Suites Waconia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and a Czech soup that was different, but delicious!
The evening was spent playing cards and planning our last day. Becca and Rodney’s house is only 55 miles away, the weather is supposed to be back in the upper 70s, and a 10 mph west wind should push us along. We had planned a 75 mile ride to Winona, on the Mississippi River for the last day. But the winds are supposed to switch to the east again, and it’s supposed to ...
... boats are really long. So long they are hard to get into a picture. Christina would have been proud we ventured on an uncharted route.
Ritchie is the photographer from the right seat for most of the photos. But being a control person, I have a set up for my camera on the dash. Dave M. will love this. I can set the camera up and let the video run as we ...
... my bags - better than 3pm. So I sat around at Starbuck’s (another tip from the check in guy) for a few hours (right at the end of the Terminal).
I then moved, charged my iPad and then checked my luggage at 1pm….freedom! I then proceeded through security to departures and was hungry again by now having just had a banana since landing.
I found a fish place and ...
... 6 of the galleries were down when we got there. But there was a pretty decent Painting exhibit and a whole floor put together by Fritz Haeg on his "edible estate" project. He is from Minnesota and brought his project full circle by ending it near his home town. There was a communal rug you could go sit on and people were there making socks out of yarn and smelling fresh herbs... it was all very strange. Chris conveniently did ...
... man scull can row the 4+ mile course down the Thames the fastest. This was the 159th running of the race. Oxford won.) We also were very happy to have some delicious home-cooked meals again. Thank you, Isobel! Monday we were off to Heathrow and our Delta flight back to Minneapolis. It was a wonderfully non-eventful trip which passed very quickly, helped along by the two full-length movies and six half-hour TV shows I watched! Hugh got back into the US without any ...