Country Inn & Suites Forest Lake
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... told you about the St. Louis Museum of Contemporary Art located next door to the Pulitzer). It wasn’t completely closed (that was Monday), but they were in the process of changing the permanent collection exhibits, which were closed, leaving three open galleries, one of which was extolling the virtues of urban gardening. Sigh. I didn’t even really enjoy the buildings. The bookstore, however, was amazing! And it was free (because there was nothing to ...
Leaving home was a tough one. My mom joked that Neel tried to lock me into my room so I wouldn't leave for the summer.. to be honest I almost did the same thing to myself. Luckily, I had Chris there to calm my nerves a little. It's funny how he was doing the same thing last summer, getting ready to go to Europe, and I was completely oblivious about the feelings that came with leaving for ...
... notifications from the kitchen.) Will I feel as loved when my iPhone doesn't sing to me about the excitement of life (ie. cartoon brains, hamsters taped to knives, "coffee"?) all night long? Will my Costa Rican name be cool? (I'm hoping for something unique & sassy.) Will we survive the zip line? (I will, because I will likely be hyperventilating from the ground.) I can't wait for the two weeks together living in our tropical homestead. Cheers, CRV! ...
... the license plates. She came back and said, Where are these plates from? I told her Guatemala. She asked if I owned the car. I told her I did. She did not ask to see the papers. She just gave us back out passports and said have a nice day.
We drove away dumb founded. We looked around to see if there would be a customs to go through. There was not. That had been it. A 3 minute interaction. How could the most heavily guarded border be so easy ...
Hey y'all, I'm back in America!
I made it back to the U.S. without being a casualty of an earthquake, getting gorged by a bull, or even picking up a Spanish wife.
It's been a busy last couple of weeks. After finishing up my exams, my family came over to travel through Europe, and immediately upon returning home I traveled up to Minneapolis, MN to start an internship.
My last exam was probably the toughest being a combination of me being worn out from school ...