Americas Best Value Inn-Stillwater/St. Paul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my sister Nancy hosted a "dump dinner"--the specialty of my sister-in-law Rosie. You boil some water in an enormous pot, and throw in potatoes, onions, ears of corn, crab legs, shrimp, and sausage with a packet of shrimp boil seasoning. In the meantime, the table is covered with plastic, then newspaper, and finally paper towels. After Brad poured off the cooking water, Rosie dumps ...
... we visited the Nicollete Mall, which is a street mall located downtown. In front of Macy's is a statue that pays tribute to the Mary Tyler Moore show. The statue features Mary tossing her hat into the air just like the start of the tv show. The show was based on a tv news station in Minneapolis. Minneapolis also has Peanuts character statues spread around town as a tribute to Charles Schultz. Charles Schultz was born and raised in ...
Natalie and I are leaving for Southeast Asia tomorrow. Yes- that's right- tomorrow. Its time to roll up my clothes, get last minute items from the corner store, charge and update the electronics, and say my final goodbyes. I am in complete awe of how quickly the past months have flown by. They have been a great few months with friends, family, and soulmate but it ...
... While Barbara and Chadly entertained friends, we went to the St. Paul RiverCentre for the Festival of Nations. The place was busy with people enjoying foods from many nations, dancers, singers, musicians, and performers representing different cultures, and shopping in a bazaar filled with intriguing items. We enjoyed a Columbian lunch and a Greek dessert before wandering through the cultural displays and bazaar.
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... as far back as 1900. The kids found that interesting. They also saw the riverboats and all of the snow removal equipment. They liked seeing all of the equipment that they normally only see in Tahoe. Next, we were off to Hell's Kitchen in downtown Minneapolis. The food was so good. We got fresh squeezed OJ, and caramel pecan roll to start. Then we had ...