Hampton Inn Minneapolis/Burnsville
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... and Shannon, Artie and Brian took off.
We all hit the rack pretty early. It was a long but amazing day. I haven’t laughed that *************g time. There were many funny moments throughout the day, too many to write about unless your writing a book. My nephews and niece kept a smile on our faces all day. I love every moment of yesterday and I am so thankful and happy my family came to visit us in Minnesota.
We love you Art, Shannon, Artie, Liam and ...
... this was actually something I wanted to do. Before I knew it, it was December and I was moving out of the apartment I'd lived in for what seemed all my adult life and things were in motion. I don't think I'll ever forget how great those last few weeks of living home were - crashing at my aunt and uncle's, countless happy hours, lunches and good-bye dinners. And to top it all off a crazy-awesome turnout at Brit's to bid me a final farewell. Seeing all the people ...
Wednesday, July 17 We arrived in Minneapolis for lunch, a treat from Jason, Chad's cousin who recently visited the east coast on his own road trip. He lives in downtown, the hip younger hipster area of town and works at a famous seafood restaurant known for the highest deck view of the city. I was still gorged from breakfast where I overfilled my self with cereal and milk, or rather milk and some cereal because who knows when I'd have dairy again! ...
I made it back ok, in fact, I was lucky enough to have an empty seat next to me on the night flight from Lima so I was able to curl up and sleep. The only problem was that my luggage got lost (again!) and has to be delivered separately the next day. Maybe backpacks don't move through the system as easily as regular baggage.
When I returned the ...
... neighborhood, of course) for some quick grilled cheese sandwiches before driving to Lake Calhoun for a stroll in the sunshine.
Lake Calhoun is filled with college types and young professionals, so the street scene seems pretty exciting. Since it's a Monday, we don’t think there will be a ton of people at the lake. But I guess school’s out for summer and there appears to be a large amount of people playing hookey to soak up one of the first hot days of the year.