Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Minneapolis - Park Place
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a mall next door, with a huge AMC cinema glaring across at the hotel. I got to the foyer, and after yesterdays wonderful cinemas, just couldn't bring myself to go in.... all AMC's are equally soleless and average, so I went for dinner and an early night.
Tomorrow - The Head of the River.
... a great day.
I am looking forward to meeting everyone and seeing their work up close and personal. I have been blessed to be able to talk to the people of these 5 great charities and hear about the work they do. Please take the time to check out their websites, all accessible on The ONE Ride Site. www.theoneride.net. The people they all serve need our help. Share, Give, Help.
... though I think among the 6 other viewers we were the only ones laughing. Not sure the American kids get this kind of humour. We were all "shopped out” so we returned home for dinner and pack up for more travels again tomorrow.
Friday 14th was another train journey day but this time just 8 hours and was supposed to begin at 8am. So we dutifully awoke at 6, had a quick brekkie and were on the tram by 7.10 to make it to the station in time to check in at 7.30 only ...
... and bowling (where I scored my highest score yet 137), we went to the Mall of America. It was mind boggling! So much to see and do. The center of the mall has an area just for children and young at heart - Nickelodeon Universe. It would make the rides at Myrtle Beach or the State Fair look small. There were at least 3 or 4 roller coasters, log ride, zip line, ferris wheel, merry go round, and so much more I can't even think of it all. We took lots of pictures. Jim was ...
... across the river.
From the Guthrie, we went down to the river to look at the ruins of the mill, then crossed the stone arch bridge to the other side of the river. We tried to walk along the river to the University, but it slowly became apparent that we were stuck in a dead-end "derelict train land" rather than a route to the campus. We had to retrace our steps somewhat then climbed up to the town. We had lunch at a ...