Hilton Garden Inn Minneapolis Eagan
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... from me and his Auntie Eileen can't fix.. Minnesota airport would be one of the cleanest and well organised we have come across. They have a monorail that runs from one end to the other. It is huge.. I expected something really quite different. Minnesota is famous for its 10,000 lakes in the area, fantastic bike tracks and horrific snow conditions in the winter. Pretty hard to imagine that right ...
... on their way to Minnesota too and we passed them on the road. We were able to contact them, and made plans to meet up for lunch. At about 11:30 (Wisconsin time) we pulled into the Culver's in Verona, WI, just minutes from Jared's work place. We had planned to meet him there as well. We tried to surprise the girls, but they figured it out in the last few minutes. Still, it was nice to have the whole family together, plus Grandpa and Grandma, for Leah's b-day lunch.
... and Monument Men. Both very good.
Finally landed in MSP. Went through Customs after a 50 minute line. Got luggage. Went through Immigration. Then they asked us to re-check our bags with Delta for our flight to Bloomington. That's when the trouble began. The young lady first thought they just missed the tag and it was supposed to go to BMI. Well, no, there was no flight to BMI from MSP this afternoon. Re-checked our schedule and ...
... more hours of playing in the park, we got too tired to keep on going so we packed up our stuff, said lots of goodbyes to our friends and headed back home.
After dinner that night we went to Ben and Jerry's, which is one of the best ice- cream stores in Minnesota. I got an ice-cream called cookies and creme which was delicious! I put sprinkles, Oreo crumbs and Reeces-pieces peanut putter bar mini's on top of my ice-cream! The toppings ...
... 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.