Days Inn St Paul - Minneapolis - Midway
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We'll have been here a week by the time we leave on Tuesday, and it's
been fabulous to find time with so many old friends - including the
unexpected bonus of being parked near Jan & Steve - who are close
friends who now live in Arizona!!
Tomorrow, we're going to the Mill City Museum with Fran - should be another fun ...
... t get a chance to enjoy any of the food since we just ate before we left. We did, however, watch the "brain freeze" contest. It consisted of people eating ice cream as fast as possible.
After the Fun Fest we had some time to kill before we went to my uncle's. We drove up to Summit and Grand Avenue in St. Paul. We parked on Summit and took a walk around the block. The historic houses are so beautiful. ...
... the plane. On my way back to my seat I spotted a co-worker who I knew was traveling that weekend, but to Spain. (layover in Amsterdam)
It was a great flight with free wine all night! Even hot towels! Sitting crunched into the back row we felt like we were in first class!
... etc. of various countries, but this will be the first time I'll experience my education first hand. It's exhilarating and certainly the most proper (and stylish) finish to my formal education. ..... Let me tell you about this flight. Well my bag's strap broke almost instantly, and I've been dropping every single thing that has been handed to me over the last hour, but that is where my poor luck seems to stop (hopefully). Let me tell you, if you're spending 8 1/2 hours in a ...
... bus dropped us off at the largest state fair in the U.S. (by daily attendance; it's the second-largest by total attendance, behind Texas, whose fair runs twice as long).
Wow. What a sight. People streaming in on a Monday morning. We wandered around until we found a place for breakfast, but Doug had a list of Minnesota foods he wanted to find and try--some "karkalesh," as the kids called any local food we'd never seen ...