Holiday Inn Express Minneapolis Downtown (Convention Center)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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I recently saw a friend post on Facebook that traveling is the one thing you can spend your money on and feel richer afterward. I feel like the richest woman in the world. In Greece I was in the old world venetian port, the tiny streets lined with shops and cafes. I was up in the olive grove filled mountains and down to one of the most beautiful beaches on the planet. I saw the volcanoes arching out of the seas, the cliff top villages ...
... SAE house, there it was! Of course, no trip to Minneapolis would be complete unless we found the bronze statue of Mary Richards tossing her hat in the air. For those of you who don't remember or maybe too young to remember, Minneapolis was the home of the Mary Tyler Moore show. One of the opening scenes was Mary tossing her hat in the air. Made Dick drive by there! Thanks, RueMel for mentioning that this existed! And, I know that Dick thanks you. haha! So, we saw the MLB ...
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... because they are adding a zipline to it.
We spent the afternoon at the campground nappingJ and swimming in the pond. Brad and I ran to a few stores for food. We had chicken, fruit, salad, and corn on the cob. We took a long bike ride after dinner. Ash and I went on a second ride while Alexa and Brad went fishing. Alexa caught two ...
I moved to the Twin Cities just after graduation in May 2003, having signed with a small start-up, Honeywell, ready to join 120,000 employees worldwide (approximate fact). Before I knew which Honeywell facility (there were 5) I'd call home/work, I went on an apartment hunting trip with a college friend, Lindsey. We explored the western suburbs (as recommended) and tried our best ...