Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Airport - Eagan - South
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... will take Tom's Prius. Jared will join us for the second week.
We left home at about 7:45 a.m. and with our goal being 7:00, I thought we did pretty well. I'm almost sure that being late by less than an hour is some kind of record for us. Anyway, it's not bad for getting six people and all their stuff out the door.
As we were driving down the interstate, a little beyond Chicago, Chloe yelled, "Hey, that was Grandpa and Grandma!" Sure enough...my mom and ...
... scale. If only they'd have taken a look at Pittsburgh's ballpark before they commenced building this one. On the it's-a-great-place-to-look-at-the-city- at-night side of the scale though, the location of Target Field in downtown Minneapolis is superb. It just goes to show you can't always get everything right.
Hell's Kitchen serves the best huevos rancheros I've ever eaten. ...
... as he drives. He truly seems interested.
I should say that in our conversations this week, Deepak has certainly expressed how bothered he is by the corrupt nature of people. He can see sin – in himself and in the world. He is bothered that even “religious” people are so sinful.
Erick explains some things as he reads and keeps reading. Erick reads for at least an hour – maybe more! We are ...
After we get up and going we decide to head that direction. Kenny Chesney and TIm McGraw are calling our names. Stop off at O'Donovan's for some lunch and pregaming and boy ...
9th Aug cont.
From there we got on a few back roads and after getting a little lost as the signs are so confusing we found another place called Hayward. We then headed to a town called Austin which has a Spam Museum in which we just had to have a look in. After having lunch (no not Spam) we headed north to the big city of Minneapolis and headed straight for the Mall Of America hoping that they would have a tourist info counter. ...
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