Hampton Inn Minneapolis/Burnsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our way to the highest point in the park. Another rumble of thunder and a few steps to the very top. Human lightening rods. Then the announcement came to close all rides. Thank you God. I don't think I would have gone all the way to the top with my kids. Plain stupid. We all made our way down in the rain. I was relieved but we were all a little bummed that we didn't get to do more.
We decided to make our way to ...
... her little brother so I had someone to talk to. Around that time we did see some weird people and one guy came up to us and asked if we had a phone and we both said "NO". Had no idea that around the time of 6.30pm the weirdos start to come out... I'm just happy I had someone there with me instead of being alone waiting for the bus! Finally it arrived and I got into my B&B just before 7pm and about 5 minutes after I was out the front door again! I girl ...
... airport to find our next gate. The airport is SO big and filled with such different and neat stores/restaurants. Once we got to our gate, G2, we were shocked. There was an iPad for every chair in the restaurants and also tables set up in the waiting area with an iPad for every chair there too for anyone to use completely free!!! If you were to find a seat to wait for the plane basically it was at a table and if you wanted to talk with your travelling partner you would ...
... police force, and they answered in numbers. Thousands of people in the following days marched to Taksim Square and Gezi Park to show their support of those that were attacked. Protests erupted in other cities as well, mainly Ankara (the capital of Turkey) and Izmir (a larger coastal city), with a common message that "We support those in Taksim." That's when the protests really morphed. Some people were merely outraged by the use of ...
... in a downtown park, then headed over to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, home of the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture. There are over 25 sculptures, plus a large greenhouse garden.
We then headed toward the Mississippi River to see the Stone Arch Bridge and one of the dams on the river. It's located in the old mill area which they are rehab-ing into condos, etc.