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... the cost for parking while there is a Vikings (football) game on if $25 while the Twins (baseball) is only $10. Guess baseball is a cheaper game to see all around.
Have gravitated to AmericInn Hotel & Suites which costs a little more than Super 8 or Motel 6 but they have a swimming pool and spa and much more comfortable/cleaner rooms.
After cooling off in the pool, I headed off ...
... seat next to my window seat was occupied by a finely suited young man
whom I estimated to be an investment banker. With an interesting accent, he told
me his destination was New York. He remarked to me that he was going to be in
trouble if he didn’t get home tonight as this was his tenth wedding
anniversary. When we re-boarded, his seat sat empty.
Profoundly, no one is discussing it but I and all the others
... in St. Paul. I've decided I love the twin cities and I will spend a summer living and working here as a waitress with Carly, perhaps next year if not South America. Summer is done right. So many cultural restaurants, lakes, rivers and friendly people! The energy of a city but with so much more to offer...in the summertime of course, not frigid winter! Somehow Jason was up and back early to bring us to Minnehaha falls where the cascading ...
... was just in yesterday. I left a note for her to give to him (with my e-mail address) letting him know I was on campus (albeit briefly). I didn't know whether he would even recognize my name after all these years and all the students he must have had in between. While at dinner, I checked my e-mail after we returned to our room, there was a message from him indicating he got my note and that I should call. After dinner, I did give him a call. He did say he remembered me. We had a ...
... has been expanded and together with an adjacent wildlife refuge more than 400 acres of the 640 that had been designated as a reserved area in the 1858 treaty have become public land. Development of the monument was slow. The Visitor Center was not built until 1958 and the current building was not completed until 1971.
I got there late in the afternoon. ...