SpringHill Suites Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport
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... a plan to kidnap Dad for a date. They unpacked the car while whispering secrets and making up their minds on a place to eat, an activity to do, and a place to stay. A lot of giggling and winking later, Eric was informed that he was going on a date with his girls and he had to follow the GPS wherever it told him to go. Andrea packed everyone back up, typed an address into the GPS and we were off.
An hour and ...
The first leg of the journey has started. The trip over the pond was uneventful and smooth. None of us slept much but then again, none of us sleep well on the plane.
We are 15 minutes out of Amsterdam as I write this. We will have about 1 hour in Amsterdam and it will be largely moving about - getting our boarding pass, get thru passport control and off to the gate.
The adventure begins. . ...
... and that's what makes it so thrilling.
I have been packing lots lately and going on my final shopping trips to get everything that I need. I'm really not bringing very many clothes, hoping to buy some when I am across the pond. I am bringing a huge backpacking backpack with me. I will be checking it at the airports. It looks really big but it'll hold all my swim stuff, my shoes, my toiletries, and ...
... folks Uncle Bob & Anutie Billie. Uncle Bob always had a great vegetable garden and Auntie Billie's cooking was legendary (!) We spent many a night playing cards, "telling lies" and - as I recently heard it said - "laughing so hard tears ran down my legs."
The Mallery Clan is dwindling and there are no formal "heirs" to the Mallery name. My mother was the middle daughter of three girls. ...
... lost and adventure around the beautiful city. It was built around the idea of parks, and several small lakes and streams were tied together with paths that I drove around and walked along. Street art graced the side of buildings and covered abandoned storefront windows. People from all walks of life crowded the sidewalks, and I fell in love with the hustle and bustle yet laid back feeling from the many restaurants and coffee shops, book stores, ...