La Quinta Inn & Suites Brooklyn Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the city I am used to hearing lots of traffic around. I walked down the road to the local shops and cafés and had my coffee at a place called Taraccino! Surprisingly it was pretty good! I then ran for the bus which was going to take me to downtown St Paul! It took just over an hour to get there... Apparently there's a quicker bus from downtown Minneapolis but I just decided to take this anyway and it was nice because we went through suburban areas and I got a little scenic route ...
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... Deepwater Horizon disaster happened in 2010, I wanted to donate money to organizations rescuing and rehabilitating the birds caught in the oil slicks. By accident I discovered the Tecolutla Turtle Preservation Project (saveloraturtles.org), an organization devoted to saving the Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle, an already endangered species that also fell victim to the oil spill. The TTPP was a US support arm for the work of Fernando Manzano, in ...
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I have already started selling things in order to be better prepared once it gets closer to departure time. Thus far, things that are gone: big screen, smaller tv in my room, book shelf and record player with stereo, stand and records. Still a few things left but not too ...
... 8217;t use it on top of the picnic table. Dinner is dehydrated Pasta Primavera, and it actually isn’t too bad.
Dinner over, I look for something to do, but there’s nothing. Nothing to watch, nothing to read, nothing to write on or with…. I can’t even sit at the picnic table because it’s covered with our gear. “Why do people do this?” I ask Julie.
“Camp. There’s nothing ...