Holiday Inn Express Roseville - St Paul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... that to change a couple if not several times before I graduate. I think that I will be in school for five years as that is a very common path at the school in order to take advantage of everything that they have to offer. I plan to keep theater in my life, whether that is through a double major or a minor or just participating in shows is yet to be seen. I also would like to be in some sort of dance group and maybe a sorority or choir but have to see what ...
... The fare charges for public transport here are very reasonable. $1.75 for 2.5 hours and you get unlimited travel on any public transport within that time! I had a good laugh on the bus ride... We passed a sign that said "Ever beaten yourself up with a donut?" I just thought that was the strangest thing to see! But it was hilarious! I got off in St Paul and had a map which was a self guided walking tour of downtown. There's not much to do in St Paul- some museums, lots ...
... swiftly and fleetingly across the path in front of him as if to say ‘welcome to nature’. Within 15 minutes of his ambiguous fast jogging / slow running technique, John was in the wilderness. The towering hotels had vanished and the hum of traffic had been replaced by the clicking of crickets. He thought briefly about making a new life in the woods, befriending the animals and building a home out of twigs and branches but in the end he decided that there was still so ...
... heart. Lots of memories, friends, and good times! Ahhh its good to be back! What's up Minnesota! Missed you!
So, I will be working at the Minnesota State Fair which is coming up pretty soon. It's 12 days of fun! I am looking forward to catching up with old friends and enjoying my time here as well. Planning to make it to at least one Twins baseball game and maybe a concert also. Also while here in the Twin ...
... loved the Singapore noodles) then walked through campus to see the Weisman Art Gallery.
We came out to see the building, which was designed by (or at least an extension of which was designed by) Frank Gehry. I have to confess that it was a bit of a disappointment. Some slabs of the tempered metal had been attached to the surrounding walls of the old museum, maybe to make it blend in. From a distance, the form was ...