Lexington Inn & Suites of Stillwater / Minneapolis
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We Woke up at 5:00 am everyone took a shower the boys took 5-8 minutes the girls took 10-20 minutes. we left the hotel at 7:00 am and we ate at a cool cafe by Tafalgar Square. We saw Westminster Abby, Big Ben, the London Bridge, and the Tower of London where they used to torture people. We didn't have much time in London. Our flight was at 12:00. We got to the ...
... out there who collect their namesakes!)
Easter brunch at the Riverfront Grill was nice, but it wasn't $36 worth of nice! We'd all dined there other times and enjoyed it, but didn't realize we wouldn't be able to order off the menu. I grew up hearing my mother say how she could have fixed thus and such for less than the amount we paid at one of the few times we'd eat out. Well guess what? For the 6 x $36 that was shelled out by us that day, I ...
... you how crazy this place is. We drove through Starbucks and found our way back to the interstate. Time for lunch and we were in Eau Claire. A college town that reminded us a lot of Walla Walla. We found a local sandwich shop Ergbert & Gerberts, that was very good. Back on the interstate, next stop Minneapolis. We arrived into St Paul about 4 and hit afternoon rush hour traffic. It was ...
... Andy awake for as long as possible. As ever, our answer is to go for a swim. We are staying at a hotel with access to a local gym. The pool is impressive but very, very deep (the shallow end is 5 ft). Of course this proves irresistible to Ethan who makes it a life priority to touch the bottom of the deep end (over 8 ft). After about 30 mins of this, he looks exhausted and I start to ...
... been great to unpack the truck and not have to think about climbing into the back to get something, but instead be able to open a drawer and pull it out. It is also nice not to be stared at for speaking differently or looking out of place. But it is sad not speaking Spanish, and not having tomorrow’s scenery be completely unknown. For now the road has ended, but it will keep going in the future and that is the best feeling of all.