Fairfield Inn & Suites Minneapolis St. Paul / Roseville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... showering. We were pretty much unpacked and ready when Tessa brought Carter in and it was great to see them both and calm down and enjoy the evening as we got back into American food and had Chinese. It was an interesting and enjoyable trip with my wife and I'm glad we did it and I hope she had a great time which I think she did and I look forward to more vacations like this in the ...
... and Will was giving me all the history about Minneapolis as we passed certain places or buildings. He's a fun guy to go around with! We also went into the big Target store here but to my disappointment it was pretty much just the same as the one in Australia... Perhaps slightly bigger in size! We then walked down Nicollet Mall and to the train station where I said bye to Will and caught the train down to the Mall of America! Wow. Just wow. The MOA ...
Per aprofitar el bon temps varem anar tota la família a l'Arboretum, el parc públic de Minneapolis i varem poder admirar diferents tipus d'arbres i plantes i les decoracions de Halloween.
També varem tenir temps de veure la família de la Michele, la padrina de l'Ariana però molt poca estona perquè se n'anaven de viatge. Potser ...
... The city is a lot smaller than the others we have visited so far. The next stop was The Historic Milling District. A lot of the old flour mills are left abandoned and one which has half crumpled down is made into a museum. I also saw a couple of woollen blanket factories and noticed that North Star Blankets factory has been reused as apartments. We saw boats going down the Mississippi River having to go through a Lock, we took some photos of that ...
... and a group of about 7 others will be leaving on Tuesday, February 12th to spend 5 days in the orphanage and at precious moments....then 5 of us from that team will be joining the "Bridge Builder's" team from MN and traveling about 4 hours (by bus) to more rural areas of Guatemala where we will be involved in things like building homes, operating medical and dental clinics, installing water filters, doing home ...