Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Brooklyn Center
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... entered through a bookcase that served as a door to the secret rooms. They lived there for 25 months before they were caught and sent off to concentration camps. We were in the museum 2 hours. We then ate lunch at a cafe along the canal and then went on a 2.5 hour narrated walking tour. Very interesting but I thought my legs would give out! We then had a couple local beers (of course) and then went on a canal boat ...
... 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 ...
... and posting on facebook when I have wifi!
**Wifi is infrequent so my updates will be a little all over the place and there may be long gaps between contact, but I will try my best!**
Until next time!
Love you all,
My last day in Minneapolis and it was a very busy one! Like the day before, I was on the go the whole day! Started off with breakfast at 7.30am and there is a couple staying here (Dave and Shelley) who are from Washington state! for those of you who think it's Washington DC - no, Washington is the state that has the city Seattle in it! So Shelley joined me for breakfast and we chatted away about my life and she told me all about hers... What an ...
We slept kind of late after our busy first day on the road, but wanted to get to St. Paul in time to meet friends John and Toni Wilcox for an evening at the State Fair, so we hastened to get on the road as quickly as possible.
Of course, that didn't mean we'd forsake a good greasy-spoon breakfast, so we made our way back toward town to The Curve restaurant, where we found a ...