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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... place to check out then we waited for a bus to bring us to the airport. We got to the airport around 10:00 thats the time we were supposed to be there. We went thru security then. We hopped on the airplane and it was 9 hour flight to Minnesota but it felt short. When we got to Minnesota we got our luggage. We got to our house and we were tired. Then I finished this ...
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Sooo after a restless trip, we arrived very weary at Charles De Gualle airport. I had the intention of getting on a train and trying to find our place, but we (I) were too weary to be that brave. 45 min & 150euro later the taxi driver "Patrice" dropped us off at 5 rue Dohis. Before our adventure could begin however, we needed a nap.
Minneapolis is one of those places I have never been, except in the airport. It was an obvious point to stop on our cross country drive with 5-7 hour driving days in the plan. Plus, we have a connection that we needed to make there.
Frankie and I are blessed to be able to spend our winters in Palm Springs CA. We've been going there every year for about 8 years now. For the last 3 years we've been renting a house at the Cathedral Canyon ...
... university campuses in the US...then along University Avenue is the endless option of international restaurants from Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, Russia...I stop by the Hmong market, the west building, for some lunch - smaller than expected. It's the farmers market that makes things seem big and exciting...but winter is still lingering here. Farmers market isn't open until summer. Bad planning on my part, especially for a market lover like me. Strolling the ...
We're now in Minneapolis -- what a pretty city. Of course, we had to see the Mall of America. The place is huge, but there's a million people shopping and eating and a million kids for the rides and aquarium. There are 3 or 4 roller coasters, a water ride, a giant skateboard that the car runs back and forth on, plus tons of other stuff for little kids.
We found an ...