Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Cottage Grove
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... of the Mississippi. From there we walked the two mile Heritage Trail. Walked the Stone Arch Bridge, first time that either of us walked over the Mississippi River! Photos of the two of us on the bridge. The trail takes you over the Mississippi twice, full circle! Nice walk. Lunch was needed at this point, so we stopped at Spoon River situated between the museum and the theatre. Recommended as serving good and healthy food. So, Dick ordered a tasty omelette with sweet corn, ...
... right away and woke up at 11 that night and been all screwed up with my sleep schedule. Thanks to 5 Hour Energy, sunflower seeds, a couple quick stretch/movement break and some texting (I know it is bad but it was better than getting sleepy). The worst part of the whole ordeal was I didn't get much of a chance to explore the stadium. I did see a couple cool things on my walk up and from my seat. I liked the ...
... this was actually something I wanted to do. Before I knew it, it was December and I was moving out of the apartment I'd lived in for what seemed all my adult life and things were in motion. I don't think I'll ever forget how great those last few weeks of living home were - crashing at my aunt and uncle's, countless happy hours, lunches and good-bye dinners. And to top it all off a crazy-awesome turnout at Brit's to bid me a final farewell. Seeing all the people ...
... a couple of pictures and one of me outside Walmart. The weather is the mildest since being on holiday and is now threatening to rain, it's grey blue right across the sky. Corn Palace is only 5 minutes down the road, It's 2.20pm. We visited the worlds only Corn Palace. It was built in 1892 in Mitchell and shows folk art of the rolling prairies of South Dakota. Each year anew decorating theme is chosen and is stripped and redecorated with new corn and ...
... to the conference site to attend a couple of receptions. The second one was at the Local, which is a cool old bar. Cheered the Giants to a victory in game 2 of the World Series. Then we returned to the hotel bar for their happy hour drinks and cheap food menu. Then, to bed.