Hampton Inn Minneapolis/Burnsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... many Australians come here! One of the guys (Will) and I exchanged numbers so I now have my first Minnesotan friend! I then walked over to the light rail station and caught the train upto downtown Minneapolis. Got off at downtown east and walked to what I thought was a souvenir shop but it turned out to be a BASEBALL souvenir shop... Boring!!! I did find a Minnesota Vikings t-shirt there so I did buy that and it made it worth while. The next mission for me was to find some sort of ...
... is just starting to get light and we see a beautiful sunrise. We turned off I90 at Worthington, MN for gas and breakfast. As usual, our Model A attracted attention of the early morning coffee group guys.
At that point, we decided to take #60 northeast through New Ulm and Mankato. From there we stayed on I169 to Jordan. We decided to stop at the Jordan Ford dealership for an end of the trip photo as we ...
Hit the 1000 mile mark on the way here and finally crossed the Mississippi River, then rolled into the hotel around midnight.
Best $20 spent on the trip went to Kristen who washed our laundry while we slept. Three cheers for Kristen!
Unfortunately, I didn't plan for a Sunday in Minneapolis. The Mall of America didn't open until 11, so we got to sleep in, but we'll pay for this later, and ...
... the lady was like a hard drive sauvant. She helped me pick the right one, fitted it for me, and told me how to claim it back on the warranty without even having my receipt. I thanked her profusely and checked that it worked when I got back in the car. It did! So with my hard drive all fixed, and for only $19.95, we headed off on our way to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, The Mount Rushmore State.
... have to learn Wolof (a language spoken only in three West African countries). It would not be the end of the world learning another language but I would love nothing more than to become fluent in French and since I already have a good base, why not stick with it, right?
Well, that is about all for now. I can assure you that there will be more exciting posts to come in the future, but I just want to keep accurate records of pre-departure.
Tout à l'heure.