Fairfield Inn & Suites Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... time with these 3 lovely ladies was like the hot fudge on a sundae!
We pulled in mid afternoon, picked up my Aunt and zipped over to my cousin's house where we chilled out with a cold drink and catching up. We were lucky to be there for part of Shavuot (a Jewish holiday celebrating the receiving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai 3,300 years ago) and that my family graciously included us in their celebration. We lit candles ...
... a little more generous, but that’s my only complaint. Oh, and offer more color options. Julie and I looked too much like twins in our matching packs. 5.75 pounds, so it’s on the heavy side. $289 at REI.
Tent: Mountain Hardware Lightpath 3. We chose a 3-person tent because we didn’t want to be all crammed together and we figured the extra weight would be worth it. It was. That tent was just right for two people and their ...
... just how large the museum is and realized I'd better hurry up. About that time a tour entered the gallery I was in. The docent was quite good so I joined the tour. The tour seemed to be intended to give you a broad overview of their collection and we wandered through many of the galleries.
At the end of the tour I found myself in the European section. Rather ...
... the outdoor sculpture and see the building.
The original building was designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes. It doesn't stand out next to the recent museum expansion done by Herzog & de Meuron Architekten, the same firm that designed the Beijing National Stadium that was seen by millions during the last Olympics. The outside of the HdM portion is covered in metal with irregularly shaped windows ...
... added) to try and catch up to this motorhome they thought but weren't certain, was us. So when Sauli rang, he was verifying that they were chasing us and what he actually yelled was, "snowball coming in!" He lobbed his snowball and it went splat dead-on in front of Papa Bear's part of the windscreen. Ha,hah,ha! Peter actually had thought he had hit a poor white dove. Fortunately, Papa Bear didn't swerve to the left or the right else we may have been in ...