The Hotel Minneapolis, Autograph Collection
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... 9pm. It was too late to do much of anything so we chilled in the hotel. Funny thing about traveling with my kids - they love just chilling in hotel rooms for some reason. When I was their age I would want to get "out" and see the city I was visiting as soon as I got somewhere. But my kids just like to hang out in the hotel. Oh well, we'll "see" Minneapolis tomorrow, tonight it's pizza delivery. ...
... a gift and a reminder to go to my quiet place so that I can be more present as I continue on this wonderful adventure. Our guide met us at the airport and took us to this quaint little hotel right in back of the Blue Mosque. It was especially beautiful at night. We went out for a walk and had our first Turkish meal. I had chicken shish kabobs and Steve had pizza. We tasted Raki which is a popular ...
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This past October, kind of on a whim, I decided that I wanted to go to Thailand in May. Without any knowledge of the country, past interests in, or plan to study abroad this fall, I called my Mom and asked her if this would be possible (at this point I do not think that she took me too seriously). She told me that if I wanted to go, I had to find a way to fund the trip--so that is exactly what I did.
In a little over a week, I will be stepping foot out ...
... to be supervising. We sat down for dinner, and while the grown-ups were still chatting, the kids all headed indoors. A few minutes later Aviva came out of the house and said - "Daddy, sorry to tell you but we broke one of grandma's shelves". I asked where - the pantry. I asked how - we were climbing to get oreos. At that point (after fixing the shelf of course) I decided that the safest move would be to give oreos to everyone - and hence a happy end to ...