AmericInn Lodge & Suites Northfield
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... Then we went into town where there was a County Band Competition It began with a street parade. We lined up with hundreds of others and watched as classic cars - corvets, mustangs etc - old fire engines, cars carrying the 'queens', and 10 college bands with their drum majors and the girls tgat threw their flags and danced. Some of them were very polished - I thought the best was the one that use the Mary Poppins music complete with Sweeps, chimneys, umbrellas and ...
... Civil war. On then to Harriet Island, which is on the Mississippi River, tried to have a paddleboat ride, but none were operating. We had a little walk along the river. Then we drove through Minneapolis looking at the University and other buildings, and on to the Mall of America. This is the biggest mall in USA and is huge, we really only looked at a small portion of it. Had lunch in The Rain Forest wich is a jungle themed shop and restaurant. ...
Thursday, July 18 I popped out of bed to explore the city and found the biggest cheapest most amazing coop with quite the quality produce section. After a grand old time in there I strolled the streets with an apple, yellow plum, and donut peach in hand! As I toured about the quaint little houses, nothing like New York, it was a déjà vu to springtime at Macalester with Carly, walking down to the Mississippi passing the ...
... I probably had not thought about in all these 38 years since I was last on the campus. A good thing to do.
While in one of the new buildings, the Mathematics and Computer Science Building, I noticed that Richard Nau was still listed (as an Emeritus Professor) -- the only name I recognized. I had at least one class from him and possibly worked with him some during the summers I worked on campus. Anyway, I asked one of the faculty who was in her office about him and she ...
... for the group, gel-like snakes that tied around our necks to keep body temperatures down. Whether they worked or not, psychologically they were magical! We got into Amarillo late so put the Cadillac Ranch on hold for the morning. This seemed to warp the schedule, but it had been built into the slop in the next day's ride.
Day eight had us climbing all over planted Cadillacs like school kids. A piece of Americana that just is. Not really any sort of historical meaning, but ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking