Fairfield Inn & Suites Minneapolis St. Paul / Roseville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Today was a relatively quiet day. We woke up at 6:30 and were on the road at 7:30 to travel from the Badlands (Wall, South Dakota) to Minneapolis -- a total of 8 hours and 530 miles! We stopped in Mitchell, South Dakota for a quick bathroom stop and to see the Corn Palace. The Corn Palace is a building that has many large corn murals (see pictures) both on the exterior and interior, ...
... emigrating to the U.S. They were talking about their health system and made a statement about the system in the U.S. When I let them know what we paid for our health insurance and that we still had co-payments for services and drugs and that dental care was separate, they decided that staying in the UK was the way to go. Anyone interested in taking a Narrowboat vacation, do some research and look at other people's experiences such as the article in ...
... is due to board here in a couple hours. The flight is only six hours and we did manage to score exit row seats so taking the red-eye shouldn't be TOO bad.
As a true test of our spontaneity we only have a car rental lined up in Iceland (dun dun dun) and we plan to just wing it when it comes to a nice bed and breakfast somewhere out in the countryside ...
... because the liquor store let us take 2 "sample" shots got free. At this point were drinking mini bottles of wine that Cisco was given for free while taking a **** and taking NyQuil while watching The Hobbit on the Turkish airline plane tvs. Waiting for food and more free whiskey and vodka, Fo ...
... in and play some more bubbles. We stopped at a Walmart which has everything. I bought some popcorn chicken by the pound and Andrew bought a salad roll, we ate it in the Subway next door. We went back in and had a really good poke about. I bought some Aussie hairspray which Is on my list of things to buy in the US, a Duck Commander lens cleaner (can never have enough of these) and some chockies, so did Andrew and a pack of cheesy poofs and a couple of drinks. ...