DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel St Paul Downtown
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... best aspects of my travel was escaping the MN winter. Yet, here I am: arriving at the end of October, staying through mid-February. Identifying with my captor. Blaming myself. Bonding with the winter by attending the St Paul Winter Carnival. Not funny; still fun.
The St Paul Winter Carnival has a long history, surrounded by the evolution of ...
Set my alarm for 4:30am and slept listlessy whilst expecting it to go off.
Pierce woke up and just raised himself up and was still asleep but seemed to be focusing on the end of the bed. I raised myself up and gently mentioned his name and he slowly brought his head down on to my chest. It was a lovely feeling. He then put his hand over me. I lay there for quite a while, ...
... for lovely leftovers from yesterday.
Right across the street from him is a historic home...one of the first families of the Civil War Era...I can't say that tours are my thing, but the house was lovely (good for me to see something American instead of British, LOL!)
J & F went to tour the Cathedral, and I had them drop me off at the hotel, so had a minute to get some hot tea and take a ...
... even crawl! Tucked deep inside one of our duffle bags is a walker with her name on it.....this is tucked amongst a wide array of bright and colorful developmental toys that have been donated as well. There are also two children (a boy and girl) who are both about 7-8 years old who look like they might have pretty severe cerebral palsy....and there are a whole lot of other kids.
The last day of the trip we are planning ...
One of the ladies we were on the tour of Celestun with told us we "weren't like other Americans". We took this as a complement. She meant that we talked to them as equals.
It is sad that many Americans do think of themselves as superior. Maybe they are financially. But that does make you better than someone else.