Candlewood Suites Minneapolis - Richfield
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We'll have been here a week by the time we leave on Tuesday, and it's
been fabulous to find time with so many old friends - including the
unexpected bonus of being parked near Jan & Steve - who are close
friends who now live in Arizona!!
Tomorrow, we're going to the Mill City Museum with Fran - should be another fun ...
... on the tables. There were small diamonds, flickering candles, and antique framed lithographs of Paris scenes with gay men and women in their finery enjoying the sights. The patio and porch was such a lovely setting for the lunch. We were not in the sun, but it lit the scene before us in beauty. After lunch, we strolled downtown to the water, but the concert was over. We walked back to the Inn, stopping along the way to browse ...
... covered with roadways. The tunnel functions as if it were the
underpass under a quarter-mile (400 m) wide bridge which carries Hennepin Avenue, Lyndale Avenue,
and various ramps over I-94.
It is a bottleneck due to its dog-leg turn, and various proposals
have been made for dealing with it. In May 2005, one city engineer proposed
... a child, paying a $35 monthly fee which is used to support the development of the area and to provide help to the child and his/her family. Over a number of years, we had bought such items as goats and a cow for Betty and her family. We had a very nice (and emotional) visit with Betty. World Vision finished their area development two years ago and as there are no post office in the area, we lost touch ...
... on we headed through Little House on the Prairie country towards Minnesota where we were going to be meeting our friend Danielle. On our way there we stopped off at a town called Darwin, to see one of those crazy American things, the World's biggest... Twine Ball. Started in the 1950's by a local called Francis Johnson, in his basement, for reasons unknown, this strange undertaking grew and grew, till it out grew the basement and was moved on to ...