Courtyard by Marriott Minneapolis St. Paul/Roseville
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... next time I'm flying. So I'm going through the app tripso and reading on different activities to see and do in Vegas. I came across the "high roller" which is the worlds largest Ferris wheel! It's about 520 ft tall. Hopefully we will have time to check it ...
... offer professional development classes which is what I want. If I am going to be living in another country, I would like to be with a company that values my learning their culture since I am teaching about my own culture and a company that values my development as a teacher! In the end, I got what I really wanted and I cannot wait to be in Beijing!! I know that this will be a great experience for me and soon, I will be in Beijing, teaching and learning Chinese.
... the city I am used to hearing lots of traffic around. I walked down the road to the local shops and cafés and had my coffee at a place called Taraccino! Surprisingly it was pretty good! I then ran for the bus which was going to take me to downtown St Paul! It took just over an hour to get there... Apparently there's a quicker bus from downtown Minneapolis but I just decided to take this anyway and it was nice because we went through suburban areas and I got a little scenic route ...
... can take it home and put it on the fridge is okay with me! Also – they support local farmers. And the people working there seemed happy and polite. It was like I was on another planet! I’m now planning the rest of the trip around Culver’s locations (hello Fargo!).
Consequently I decided at that moment that I had to move to Wisconsin. However, I later went on their website and found out ...
... starting my trip at 9am but since I was wide awake at 6am, I got ready and packed the last couple of items in the car and set off by 7. I was worried that leaving on a Friday of a long weekend was a bad idea because lots of people would be travelling down to places like Minot and other exotic North Dakota destinations. Turns out there were 2 cars ahead of me in line at the border so I can assume I either beat the crowd to the ...