Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Woodbury
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Today was an early start, we had to leave Davis by 6am in order to drive to San Francisco, there was a fair bit of traffic in the bay area, but otherwise a pretty smooth journey (one wrong exit but we fixed that pretty quick!) We had two trolleys full of everyone's luggage, plus carry-on, car seat and stroller. When we boarded the plane the …
... the time and my one of my dear, fun, funny college roommates, Elinor Bardach... We tried to reach Sharon Fischlowitz too, who lives in St Paul but she was on her HONEYMOON!
I called my cousin (of course!) Eric Creighton on Thursday. He was leaving for Sweden and Italy on Friday to visit his son Jack and help extend his Visa. Jack is studying abroad for a semester ...
... other. Pretty cool.
I like St. Paul, as far as bigger cities go. Some great 'Luce" pizza probably helped sway me, but what we saw of the city was attractive, accessible and not too dense. We also got to go Trick or Treating with Kaia and about 10 of ...
... amp; Brett, I’m lookin’ at you), all girl troupes and other routines and was hosted by the eminent and ever so funny Andrew Thigpen.
The last dance had me drawing parallels to my early dance days of raving when I was a teenager….driving through a strange part of town with our windows rolled down, listening for the music and seeing a bunch of kids standing around in a dark alley. You park, you greet your friends and walk into a wall ...
... during the Viet Nam War, and Carmen was raised in Indonesia, our Asian experiences became a fast link in our friendship. During one of our first get-togethers, I remarked that I would like to see Bali and Lombok, and she asked if I had ever thought about Sri Lanka. I replied that I had thought of India but didn't know anything about Sri Lanka. The seed was planted. A trip to Sri Lanka took root.