Courtyard by Marriott Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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It had been 3 years since Elijah and I had seen my Aunt Lois and cousin Sara Lynn, and before that we hadn't seen my cousins since our wedding in 2002. It was WONDERFUL to spend time with Lois, Sara Lynn and Barbie. For those of you that know me, you know that family is at the tippy top of my list of important things in life and I've always lamented a bit that mine is so small and spread out geographically. So to have a chance to ...
... and is great about staying in touch. She calls and texts and emails regularly. AND…. She remembers EVERYTHING! Amazing recall. We laughed a lot and they all helped me reminisce about lots cherished sentimentalities and of craziness and antics of our youth and past visits. One, that each of them brought up at some point was about my sisters Carol and Connie and I showing up unannounced one ...
... as we can. Minneapolis was pretty uneventfully and rather bland city. We did visit the Mall of America which was a pretty amazing site! There is a giant amusement park in the mild made for small children. I really loved the giant lego statues that were hanging off the huge ceilings, very ...
I went to the Minnesota Institute of Arts today. The first pleasant surprise was that it is free although they suggest a $5 donation. After leaving $5 I headed into the galleries and found myself in the Asian section of the museum.
After looking over many very good displays of jade and ceramic pieces I took a look at the museum map. That's when ...
I went to the Walker Art Center today. When I first arrived I followed the signs for museum parking. I got to a lot, paid at one of the machines that have become popular recently, put my receipt on the dash, headed for the museum and then came to the museum parking garage I should have parked in for the museum. I think they need better signage. Anyway, walking to the museum let me see ...