Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites St. Paul NE - Lake Elmo
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... for pictures and the google street view of where I am staying. It's about a five minute walk from the Anne Frank House and on one of Amsterdam's most famous Canals, Prisengracht.
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... to a thrift store and another antique/collectible store. I scored a ginger jar...it was an old ceramic piece that had been part of a set of spice jars. I hadn't thought to add any more to my collection of ginger tins & jars, but this one was a steal at $3. Normally, they're priced at $30 and up. (I guess I understand why dealers frequently won't break up the sets; I collect them because Ginger's my name. There probably aren't too many Nutmegs ...
... swimming practice so she couldn't go with us, but Ryan came along as well as Mark's kids, Cole, Drew, and Raina. The free movie tonight was the original Toy Story, which we've all seen a million times and knew the dialog by heart!
Wednesday I went with Sara, Ryan and my brother Al to see the Minnesota Lynx hosting the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA. It was YMCA kids ...
We biked about 23 miles to Lake Elmo. A very nice ride. (That was dad) It was a nice ride when we got here Sarah was already here. Sarah and Carter were already playing monapoly I joined Carter's team and we are wining by a LOT!!!!!!!!!!!!! The plan is to be on the road by 7 tomorrow. That's all for now Dad wants his iPad back. ...
... like we had used a spirograph. Bryn also really liked the Different Sizes display that had a giant chair which was twice as big as the regular chair and a tiny chair that was half as big as a regular chair. Measuring it was fun, but it was more fun to climb onto the giant chair and pretend to be fishing with the tape measure. At the science museum, we had enough adults that the kids were able to split up and spend time at whatever display caught their ...