Fairfield Inn & Suites Minneapolis St. Paul / Roseville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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So fun story. I get to the airport about 350 to find out that the security gates do not open until 405. I never knew the security checkpoints closed at msp. I'll know for next time. The worst part about this is how long they take to get people through the screener but ...
These are the answers to the most frequently asked questions when people learn I'm studying abroad in Amsterdam:
1. So you're just going to go to the "coffee shops" all the time right?
-Wrong. Amsterdam is so much more than it's stereotype. The only thing that most people know about Amsterdam is that marijuana and prostitution are legal there. Sure, ...
... The fare charges for public transport here are very reasonable. $1.75 for 2.5 hours and you get unlimited travel on any public transport within that time! I had a good laugh on the bus ride... We passed a sign that said "Ever beaten yourself up with a donut?" I just thought that was the strangest thing to see! But it was hilarious! I got off in St Paul and had a map which was a self guided walking tour of downtown. There's not much to do in St Paul- some museums, lots ...
... in 19 states. Good news! They have one in Bowling Green, Kentucky! Now I can visit my sister when I get my Culver’s fix (or is it the other way around?)!
I took the scenic route to Minneapolis, which meant driving along the Mississippi River from La Crosse, Wisconsin up to Red Wing, Minnesota (where the shoes come from, apparently). It was indeed very scenic.
Found the cable; you get pictures! ...
... the people of Saskatchewan are shopping at the Bath and Body Works in Regina and saving their pennies (that saying has to be changed to nickels now I'm guessing) to shop at the Target Boutique (pronounced in french and with an accent).
The drive between the border and Jamestown, North Dakota was slow going because it's all two lane highway and full farmers, truck drivers and slow drivers. Once I hit Jamestown it was ...