BEST WESTERN PLUS Bloomington Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a plan to kidnap Dad for a date. They unpacked the car while whispering secrets and making up their minds on a place to eat, an activity to do, and a place to stay. A lot of giggling and winking later, Eric was informed that he was going on a date with his girls and he had to follow the GPS wherever it told him to go. Andrea packed everyone back up, typed an address into the GPS and we were off.
An hour and ...
... of the day, but the sun finally began to shine around 4pm and the city really came to life. I enjoyed spending more time by the river looking around. I also cut short my walk to the U of M to get pictures of the Weissman building (I didn’t get lost this time!). You have to settle for pictures of the museum from the bridge because my feet would not tolerate me going all the way across and down the hill for the really good angle.
U of M has a ...
... and that's what makes it so thrilling.
I have been packing lots lately and going on my final shopping trips to get everything that I need. I'm really not bringing very many clothes, hoping to buy some when I am across the pond. I am bringing a huge backpacking backpack with me. I will be checking it at the airports. It looks really big but it'll hold all my swim stuff, my shoes, my toiletries, and ...
... see my older brother, Kyle, so I gave him a hug and went into my next line. I took off my shoes and belt and emptied my pockets and went through the scanner. I was just about done when one of the workers noticed my "secret belt" (this little pack that is worn under clothing to keep passports and stuff so that people can't pick-pocket you (maybe it is handy, but I found it really kind of uncomfortable and I took it off and put it in my bag after my first flight)). The lady ...
... orders us a plate of beer-battered cheese curds and potluck pickle roll-ups. The cheese curds are pretty similar to mozzarella sticks and served with a side of marinara sauce, and the pickle rolls are basically a long wedge of pickle covered in cream cheese and wrapped in some kind of meat, which could be prosciutto, salami or baloney. We're told this is the sushi of the midwest...
They’re both pretty darn good.
For dinner, Kristina has promised another ...