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Had fun seeing the Mall of the Americas, but we were worn out after a few hours there. If you're in the area, it's a must see.
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... a seat on the way home. What a treat ! we almost had the store to ourselves.
The W's picked us up at 1130 and we were taken on a marvellous sightseeing tour of the Twin Cities, rich folks' homes at the lake front on Lake of Isles Drive, the State Capitol, the Mississippi (now seen top AND bottom ends) Scott was so knowledgeable and provided great commentary. Stopped for lunch at one of their favorite restaurants. It was packed so we ended up having to ...
... whom we normally meet and greet on Madeline Island each summer, might have an opportunity to learn of our great bicycle adventure this year, Barbara and Chadly offered their home for a cocktail party in the afternoon. Sarah wanted to provide our friends with the details of our trip and get caught up with their lives since we won't overlap at Madeline this summer. The Browns, Snowbergs, Deborah Frasier, Ian Hunter, Bonita Kosiolak, Gingie ...
... for me. I managed it...eventually.
So today we went to Mall of America, the biggest shopping mall IN THE WORLD and asked around every electronic shop to see if they fixed hard drives or sold cases. The answer was no.
One guy gave us the names of some places that MIGHT sell cases. We were just giving up hope when we arrived at the last one. I went in. Not only did they sell ...
... one keynote speaker to look after for the entirety. There are some other similar events lined up later in the summer.
-I will be exploring business development opportunities in Latin America, using my Spanish, and in Minneapolis, using my proper, non-Yank, English. Basically looking for more security consulting work, private investigative work for businesses (the 'soft' end of the security market) and opportunities to sub-contract security of copper ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center