Hampton Inn Minneapolis/Burnsville
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... it around the mall. Next stop was to get a late lunch- by this time I was pretty hungry! Went to a restaurant called Bubba Gump Shrimp Co which wasn't too bad considering it was "mall food". Had the veggie burger with fries (yes this is my last burger for a few weeks I promise!). After eating I went to a shoe shop and finally bought some western cowgirl boots and some other trendy fashion shoes as well (no, not heels! Practical shoes!) they also ...
... drove for six or seven hours through three states : Nebraska , Iowa and Minnesota. Ouch . There was nothing to see but cows and corn fields. It was fun to get to John's parents driving the caravan. They loved our little house-car. We felt homesick leaving it there after spending more than three weeks and 4000 miles together !
We have done many things in Minneapolis, catching up ...
... were not as helpful in the city and it was bit of a non. We headed back to our room and got dressed up a little for our dinner on board a paddle steamer on the mighty Mississippi River. It was about a 30 minute bus ride to the boat, we left at 6.00 pm before a nice cold one in the hotel. The paddle steamers aren't really proper paddle steamers, but they were done up to look just like one. It is a buffet affair, and our tables were on the top deck. ...
... Heaven's Gate" is Annie's son, so he's Karen's & Dennis' nephew, Jennie's cousin and Parker's second cousin. Got it?
Of course I'm teasing you, 'cause I know this not important to (m)any of you, just kinda settin' the stage for what could follow...We have a &$%#--load of relatives!
My cousin Annie, who is my oldest brother Tom's age is clearly the matriarch of ...
... the bike. Oooooh, I hope we can figure out how to get those handlebars back in their normal frontward positions again! Nile’s bike is large and just barely fit in the small box.I had more room, but still couldn’t bring much beyond the main bike items. In the end, we hauled our Ortlieb packs and the tent back with plans for finding a suitcase or duffel to include them as my second suitcase. We thanked Tom and arranged to pick up the boxes in the morning.