Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Maple Grove
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... the homestead and lunch. The WiFi here is not very good and even my hot spot is not doing the job. Will just have to wait till tomorrow.
I'm fighting throwing my computer out the window. Won't start most times, have to restore to a previous point, won't recognize drives, etc. Stopped at Best Buy to check out options and got lots of ideas to consider.
Later afternoon is bug detail. Cleaning the front windshield is a chore but required every few ...
... colonies and roads segregated to lead into a huge parking lot.
As I got out, sight of many Indians in sarees, salwars, southern traditional dresses! Wow, after quite a few days in US, it was really a treat to the eyes to see these.
Entered in, they had a place to hang coats(Minnesota is a cold place with winter for 6 months) and remove our shoes.
Back up could already hear Aartis ...
Can't even begin to tell all we saw and all we did during our week in Spain and our week in England! Right now, we're focused on unpacking, doing laundry, and trying to get rid of the colds (and now, headaches) we came back with.
... bunk area. Huge! Oh well, their childhood only comes once, Grace can hardly wait for them to give them up…..Anna keeps saying to Grace, 'maybe by the time I'm sixteen I'll give them up'….. what a tease! Admittedly we had purchased some men Barbie's just recently for this Christmas. Julia and Anna had 'argued their case' down in Florida ….. the need for their lady Barbies to be married and how cheap these men Barbie's were over here in ...
... mistake of assuming that my stay in the US would be a time of relaxation. Between catching up with everyone and studying for my exams, I've been constantly on the go. Oh well. It's been a wonderful break thus far, and I plan on making the most of this final week.
Next time you hear from me, I'll be back on British soil. Until then, I hope you all have great holidays and a wonderful end to 2010!