Cambria Suites Maple Grove
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... and exciting.
It has been two weeks since we saw the Road Never Ends Concert. It has been a whirl wind of meeting family, getting an apartment, moving in, setting up all those annoying but essential things like phones, internet, and insurance. We have been exploring Minneapolis.
With everything that has happened it is hard to reflect on what has been the best. There have been so many great moments on the roads of Central America. It ...
... out our old homes. They have weathered the 40 years pretty well. We spent a very pleasant afternoon with Naomi and Joe Leonici in Streamwood catching up and telling stories. Thursday night we had dinner at my Cousin Brett's. Jeanie had a delicious lasagna dinner and Sharilyn and her two boys were there also. We found out her boys were playing baseball the next two nights so we opted to take in the games. We saw a few people from the area ...
... the park to something resembling its original state although there are now many invasive species. Only about 1% of the original tall-grass prairies that once covered Minnesota remain. The hiking trail goes past the pipestone quarries where you can watch the stone being chiseled using hand tools.
After the hike I drove to Minneapolis and got a room.
... there is a reason why all the Londoners take the Tube.
At Madison, we would typically have small seasonal celebrations in the den, perhaps serving popcorn and lemonade. In England, their holiday dorm parties consist of renting out a club and giving the residents free drink vouchers. I'm certainly not in Kansas (or Wisconsin) anymore...
EXAMS AFTER ...
... took a chance and asked the Embassy driver to take us to the Ramada. He said yes. So at least we were out of the airport.
Once on the shuttle, I felt like I was back in Europe, this man was an insane driver. It was pretty scary, in blizzard conditions. Add in the fact that calypso music was playing over the stereo...it was almost surreal. He drops everyone else off, so there are 3 of us left that are going to the Ramada. Turns out there are 2 Ramadas ...