Fairfield Inn & Suites Minneapolis Burnsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... see them again before we head off.
Last Saturday we went to an NBA pre-season Basketball game: the Timberwolves , the team from Minneapolis against Toronto. It was fun especially because of all the animation including cheerleaders, that makes the game almost the least important part (sorry). Ariana, who loves playing Basketball, had a great time. The most popular player in the Timberwolves is Ricky ...
... br> 8:40 am: No, thank you two today! Tick tock
City in Minnesota
Minneapolis, nicknamed "City of Lakes" and the "Mill City,"
It is the county seat of Hennepin County, the largest city in the state of Minnesota, and the 48th largest in the United States.
Lowry Hill Tunnel is a tunnel accommodating ...
... to the conference site to attend a couple of receptions. The second one was at the Local, which is a cool old bar. Cheered the Giants to a victory in game 2 of the World Series. Then we returned to the hotel bar for their happy hour drinks and cheap food menu. Then, to bed.
... we have that free time before departure.
Saturday morning, we rose at 4:00 am, dressed and gathered our things – a backpack and carry-on rolling bag each, plus Nile’s small suitcase with his Scottish clothing, his Kilt carrier tube, and a small electric ukulele. The sky was getting light as we walked across the empty parking lot to the International District light rail station to catch the 5:13. At the airport, we got rid of ...
... 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 ...