Courtyard Minneapolis Downtown
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- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... up with a bag of apples, apple cake, apple bread and apple cider we relaxed in the sun listening to a hillbilly and his daughter play to the gathering crowds.
Thank you to everyone for RB’s cards and presents for this birthday and also for your thoughts and support over the last 12 months. RB (and we) are lucky to have shared these 12 months with you all, even if bumping into you in the street means Ironman Bob would still be homeless.
... sports and living life to the full.
On Sunday the Wombles awoke with a mission in mind. So after a businesslike breakfast, it was off to the L, and down the Red Line to Lake station where we were to join a free walking tour starting at 10am. Even though we hadn't booked, we were able to join the tour and pleased that we did, as our guide, Larry, was a native Chicagoan, and full of interesting information about the city. The tour lasted about 2.5 hours and introduced ...
... able to do some actual hill walking. I've wanted to since my first visit, but it has never been feasible before. We'll plan on hiking in the Eildon Hills, home to the fascinating Thomas the True (or Thomas the Rhymer, or Thomas of Erceldoune, as you prefer) and/or in the actual Monadhliath Mountains where the (fictitious in all but my heart) Monks of Monadhliath and the intrepid Brother Eamonn have their monastery.
I will be hiking both in ...
One benefit to getting out-of-doors and seeing the natural beauty of this country is the exercise. With a career in Finance, living in the great state of Minnesota, it was uncommon to spend the morning on a 5-mile hike through temperate rainforest to the base of a cascading waterfall. Instead, it was 5-hour meetings with temperamental personalities to ...
... I could not sync the blog and address list together! Thus followed over a week of back and forth with the two app help desks. You got the impression that each thought the other app was deficient. Finally, combining their ideas with those of the many iPad users I know that had to put up with my daily complaining, a solution was found (if this e-mail makes it out, however). The solution was not ideal, but workable - especially at this late date. Of course, the other ...