Hilton Garden Inn Minneapolis Downtown
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... parts of the United States following the Indian Removal Act of 1830. The removal included many members of the following tribes, who did not wish to assimilate: Cherokee, Muscogee, Seminole, Chickasaw and Choctaw nations, among others, from their homelands to designated “Indian Territory” west of the Mississippi River. The phrase "Trail of Tears" originated from a description of the removal of the Choctaw Nation in 1831. They were forced to travel ...
... big lake.
Driving up to the highest point of Duluth, we could see how far the lake stretched out. It looked like an ocean from up there, with the colours of the trees spreading below us it was definitely a sight we all enjoyed soaking in from the tower of Enger Park.
Next we made our way down to the heart of the city and were lucky enough to get to see a monstrous cargo ship pass through the canal to the harbour. Really ...
... br> The city skyline is seen in the background and the whole area was a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts with people swimming, fishing, paddle boarding, running and cycling. It was about 90 degrees so people were obviously enjoying the summer weather that appears so briefly in these parts.
In winter the same paths are used by people for cross country skiing and on the lakes themselves people ...
... Once again we lucked out with more than competent hairdressers and we both walked out happy and handsome.
Maple Grove, MI has just about every store you’ve ever heard of so it was a perfect place to get everything we thought we might need or want before heading to Montana. Any place that has a Trader Joe’s is a favorite place! A Mexican dinner out was a treat and my Coctel de Camarones was wonderful!
... the coffee break was nice and it was a good way of catching up with a good friend before I left the U.S. for two months. My flight to Riga had two layovers since there are really no direct flights into Latvia. My first connection was in Newark, New Jersey and I've flown into the airport before for transfers but It has always been cloudy. This time though, it was so clear as we landed that we could see the New York Bay, the Statue of Liberty and all of the industrial ...