Quality Inn Northtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Coon Rapids
... 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 ...
... I could go around again. Want to?"
It takes weeks to get over the humiliation. Obviously my workout routine was deficient—if I can’t hike 3.5 miles with 20 pounds on my back, how am I going to hike 7 or more miles a day with 40? And Lake Calhoun is flat. Isle Royale is not, and the Minong trail, according to everything I’ve heard and read, is very strenuous. It’s recommended for advanced hikers. I have yet to go on a single overnight backpacking ...
... in DC so we can sleep for most of our 12 hour flight to Addis Abba, Ethiopia. Shouldn't be too bad since I'm a pro at flipping my sleep schedule (literally, I work the night shift.) We're meeting up with a friend who currently lives in DC and is letting us leave our bags at her place while we do some all night exploring. We are due to arrive in Arusha Tuesday at 2pm their time/ 5am Central. Wish us luck!
Today is a day without Jenn. Jenn is heading for a gruelling 12 hour shift at the family business, "Buchkosky Jewellers", but Jenn is happy to head off to work. "It's a loath compared to being at home" she remarks as she outlines the day's plan and delegates the evening meal responsibilities to Sauli and I in true Camp Director style. No worries! Getting out of the house for our day's outing was a tad more challenging without Jenn's presence to move ...
When I finally crawled out of bed (I'm a night owl) the large dining room table was being transformed into an Edible Art workshop. Auntie Jenn set the parameters of the activity, namely that there would be no tasting of the art supplies and that there were carrots to nibble if anyone got an attack of the munchies. Hmmm! The art supplies sure looked awfully tempting for our Hansels and Gretels as they proceeded to design winter scenes from ...