Country Inn & Suites Forest Lake
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... We chatted about the rock band he was in, a bit about the awesome Game of Thrones show, and our travels. My dad and I got a quick bite to eat in the busy Toronto airport after passing customs and while waiting for our flight to Minneapolis, U-S-A!
It's always a nice feeling coming back to Minnesota. I spent about 12 years living and growing up here. Minnesota or the Land of 10,000 lakes will always have a piece ...
... 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 museum, we walked across the river along the University's walking bridge, then through the city (past the Metrodome) back to the hotel. We paused briefly to get a coffee before returning to the room. I took a bath and we rested before dinner. We dined at Masa, a great southwestern restauarnt. Everything we had was delicious. And we could monitor the world series on an app while we ate. San Francisco won game three ... a shut out.
... the bike. Oooooh, I hope we can figure out how to get those handlebars back in their normal frontward positions again! Nile’s bike is large and just barely fit in the small box.I had more room, but still couldn’t bring much beyond the main bike items. In the end, we hauled our Ortlieb packs and the tent back with plans for finding a suitcase or duffel to include them as my second suitcase. We thanked Tom and arranged to pick up the boxes in the morning.
... the other kids and a dinnerlady came upto me and said "I don't what you said to him, but he told me he loved his lunch today and that he made a new friend". I was speachless and wanted to cry.
The rest of the afternoon was then sailed by. I popped in and out of classes. Talked to all of the children and chatted with a Canadian teacher who had me in stiches. I kept bumping into another boy who I met ...