La Quinta Inn & Suites Brooklyn Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shipping around the USA so I got them to ship it to my auntie and so that saves me having to carry them around for the next few weeks with me! After that I couldn't believe it but I actually found a coffee bean and tea leaf! In Minnesota! Apparently it's the only one in the entire Midwest! I THOROUGHLY enjoyed my chai tea latte which I have missed having when I was in California! Took the train back home around 5.40pm and on the train at one of ...
Many of you have written or left messages asking why we are not writing our blog. So, sorry! We have not written in the last week or so because we arrived in Minneapolis and we have lost our sabbatical routine of writing every day. I promise to keep doing it.
The last day with our " Bellaggio " was ...
... We chatted about the rock band he was in, a bit about the awesome Game of Thrones show, and our travels. My dad and I got a quick bite to eat in the busy Toronto airport after passing customs and while waiting for our flight to Minneapolis, U-S-A!
It's always a nice feeling coming back to Minnesota. I spent about 12 years living and growing up here. Minnesota or the Land of 10,000 lakes will always have a piece ...
... expected, less flowing. The interior did not seem to reflect the shape of the exterior. We did visit some of the exhibits inside (especially since the museum is free entrance). Our particular favorite was a collection of photographs by Guy Tillim on postcolonial Africa. They were very sympathetic, not heart-wrenching, but really depicting how people are just getting on with the business of trying to run a country well in the face ...
... whom we normally meet and greet on Madeline Island each summer, might have an opportunity to learn of our great bicycle adventure this year, Barbara and Chadly offered their home for a cocktail party in the afternoon. Sarah wanted to provide our friends with the details of our trip and get caught up with their lives since we won't overlap at Madeline this summer. The Browns, Snowbergs, Deborah Frasier, Ian Hunter, Bonita Kosiolak, Gingie ...