Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Brooklyn Center
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... tour. The city is pretty and there are many, many canals and bridges. Our walking tour included the red light district. Nice area of the town with a seedy group of prostitutes that display themselves in scantily clad outfits in storefront windows. Yucky but interesting. We walked around a lot more, and then visited the Van Gogh museum. I loved it. Many, many paintings on display- he ...
... but Kathy tells me that she is having trouble getting Bob to put his club down and come in for dinner. As usual, I will attempt to transcribe our adventure with occasional blogs. The writing won't be a problem, but finding opportunities to send them may be more of a challenge. This trip will be similar to a past National Geographic trip the four of us took where we traveled in a 757 with our own chef and doctor (no masseuse this time). We only fly during the day and spend each night in ...
... 8217;s. I think it’s a traveling tradition that every year on the very first night that we arrive in Florida, we go to Chili’s for dinner. I got a cheese burger with fries and a Sprite. It was yummy!
So, I think it’s been about a week now but it sure doesn’t feel like it! I hope the rest of my holiday is so jam packed, I can’t even have another glass of Sprite!
... Airlines and was lucky that it was on time again! Yay! It was a full flight to Minneapolis... Sat next to an Asian couple who barely spoke English but they were nice enough. Felt a bit like a squirrel as they gave us free peanuts to munch on... Squirrels on a plane!!! Ha!!! That would probably not end very well. A very short flight of about an hour in the air and we were in Minnesota! Woohoo! My hometown! My suitcase was one of the first to come off which was a great ...
... s great that most of my family has ended up here. I'll be staying with my sister Sara and her adorable kids, Jenna and Ryan.
Jenna is a star swimmer who swam in the state meet last weekend at the U of M. Ryan is a sports savant who can name everyone on every team in the WNBA. More fun in Minneapolis next week after I return from Appleton.