La Quinta Inn & Suites Brooklyn Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... acres and acres of deforestation in the Rocky Mountains, only to find out millions of pine trees have fallen to this epidemic. Sad, also. Needed some pretty Mother's Day flowers on this rainy, cold Sunday- thanks for the flowers, Megan- the sweet Facebook post, Meredith, and your loving phone call, Breanna! Relaxed tonight , as a mother should, with pizza and a movie at Mary Kay's. Megan, we loved The Imitation Game! ...
... to which we DIDN'T succumb! See the menu board... Now, the Mill City Museum. The Gold Medal Washburn flour plant was built in 1866. You forget the mechanical technology that was available in the late 1800's used to mill, make flour, carry wheat, and fill flour bags. The flour tower tour was really good. You actually rode in a moving freight elevator that had carpeted, riser seating built in there. The history of the plant and flour making was explained as the elevator moved ...
... to work with back in Australia called Pratima had messaged me a day earlier saying she lived in Minnesota now! So she kindly picked me up and drove me back to her house in white bear lake. We had Mexican for dinner and she made a traditional Nepalese dessert for after! It was so nice to catch up with a friend here and of all the places- Minnesota! She dropped me back to my B&B around 9.30pm and then I changed clothes yet again and went on a ...
... both of these teams have nothing to play for as they are both **** and their season is already over. Imagine going to see a Hull vs Tottenham game my English friends :)
Our seats for this game were in the "Legends" section, which i feel is appropriate for a man with a background such as myself. Our baseball road trip book actually said that tickets in this section were impossible to come by, but i manged to pull a few strings and get me and Les in (No expense spared ...
... Really??...You think...Have you ever heard of THE Mall of America? I guess when it is cold and miserable here malls are wonderful places to be!!! But I am not here for shopping or snow. I am here for food. !!!FOOD!!! I have never thought of it, but this place is a cultural melting pot - smack in the middle of America. Here is home to the largest Hmong population in the US. A must stop for any foodie!!! Needless to say this place is home to many ...