Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Woodbury
Travel Blogs from Woodbury
... offer professional development classes which is what I want. If I am going to be living in another country, I would like to be with a company that values my learning their culture since I am teaching about my own culture and a company that values my development as a teacher! In the end, I got what I really wanted and I cannot wait to be in Beijing!! I know that this will be a great experience for me and soon, I will be in Beijing, teaching and learning Chinese.
... 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 ...
... 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.
It was Saturday noon, and my colleague offered me to take out. A scenic geek that I am, the first option I gave her was to show me some lakes and other good natural places around. We drove towards Lake Calhoun.
Lake Calhoun is the biggest lake in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and part of the city's Chain of Lakes. Surrounded by park land and ...
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations