Holiday Inn Minneapolis NW-Elk River
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... a quiet night in. The rowdy folks from the local unisex Kickball team were over and apparently, that meant a night of Zanex, Cocaine and Weed abuse in no particular order. Ed had invited his musician friend over too and before long he had picked up his guitar and taken the stage for a coke-fuelled concert, during which he shouted his way through an astonishing array of genres. With the KickBall squad cheering him on, he covered everything from Usher to Mariah Carey with an ...
... I had a very relaxing moment watching a live performance of the Doors on Marlene and Kevin's incredible couch in Tacoma before I left. I have often thought about that time on the road, and have wanted nothing more than to sit on a couch and watch TV. Tonight is my first night with that opportunity, and so I sit here watching a 70's Batman movie with a frozen pizza and some beers. Tonight is a good night. Freeport MN > Dalbo MN, 75 miles, day ...
... of joy. I met up with her and another friend at Caribou Coffee. I walked up to her table and said, "Merry Christmas!" It took about 30 seconds for it to register who I was and what I was doing in MN. Lots of screams and big hugs followed that. I also got to see Mandi who had recently found out she was pregnant. Though there wasn't a baby bump just yet, it was exciting to see her too!
Following coffee I headed home to start ...
Our flight was late today, due to weather throughout the country. But we sat in the club and took care of email until it was time to fly. We were in first class bulkhead seats, and they fed us lunch, so I'm not complaining.
Arriving, we took a cab to the hotel, then ...
This is one of the major attractions at Mall of America. Entry pass for an adult works upto 22 dollars.
Here guests travel through a 300-foot-long (91 m) curved tunnel through 14 feet (4.3 m) of water to view over 4,500 sea creatures including sharks, turtles, stingrays, and many more.
Its amusing to watch some of the rare species. Though I would not say a complete value for money..good for a one time visit.