Days Inn Plymouth West / Minneapolis
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... with Andy and in terms of time differences, flight times etc. Minneapolis makes the most sense even if it is further East than would be ideal. Andy is waiting for us when we reach the baggage claim at Minneapolis airport. It is really good to see him. We have moved forward two hours and Andy six hours back so we are completely out of sync. Once we get to the hotel, everything is focussed ...
... It is nice to be back to the land where I am pretty much assured a toilet seat in any bathroom I use. Now we just need to finish the laundry and figure out how not to wake up at 2:00 am. We’ve missed you all, and hope to see you soon!
... All the borders in Central America had been so time consuming and challenging. But here, since we had the American passports, it was easy.
As we drove north we still weren’t sure we were in the US. There had not been a big sign. There had been no indication if we had crossed the border. After a half an hour of driving we were stopped at a checkpoint. A man in fatigues asked us for our passports in English. He saw that mine said I ...
... had to unpack all my stuff, which I had just packed two hours before, into my old room downstairs. It took awhile to get settled as I had two of everything it seemed. Eventually I got settled in and then had to pack for my euro trip. Luckily our plane left around noon so I had ample time to procrastinate and do other things before I had to jam a weeks worth of clothing into my back packing pack.
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... and Paul took us to the beautiful rose and Japanese gardens which are part of the extensive Twin Cities park system and as you can see, we got some great photos of the kids playing. We wish we had more time to spend in the Twin Cities, a place we got to visit quite often during our years in Madison, and to enjoy Kitty and Paul’s hospitality, but the Wisconsin homeland call was getting ...