Holiday Inn Express Roseville - St Paul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... they get your bags through. I had put all my pocket items in the bin and they kept moving more people's stuff through. Long story short my bin flipped sending my phone, ID and all my stuff falling onto the ground. At least the delta club is open to grab a snack before our ...
... and kinda exciting so I get why people focus on it, but while I'm there I plan on spending most of my ravaging museums rather than munchies.
2. How are you affording this? (Judging or non-judging tone)
-This question is most commonly asked by people I know a little better and by people that know I have been abroad before. Yes, I studied in London last ...
... and a couple of bridges that take you over to some islands on the other side but most of my time spent there was spent walking around! I did however spend some time in a small park called Mear Park. That's quite a beautiful place especially considering that it's in a city! There were lots of squirrels there so I got some really nice photos of some of them on trees and bouncing around on the grass! For lunch I decided to walk to a Japanese restaurant that apparently has ...
... Minneapolis and visited the flagship Target store for some more road trip supplies, then to dinner in a cute residential neighborhood (there are LOTS of those) for another burger with tots.
We decided a trip to the twin cities wouldn't be complete without visiting the Mall of America, so we did. But we simply drove the perimeter of the mall and never got out, realizing after we got there that we both hate malls and ...
... driving. The interstate speed limit was 75 mph (For those that can't or are too lazy to convert that's around 120 km/h) and 4 lanes or more. I get to Fargo at 4pm. I planned on staying in Fargo for the night but since I left home 2 hours earlier than I intended there was no point in stopping for the day with so much daylight driving still available (that and I didn't want to be stuffed into a wood chipper, don't cha know)