Hudson House Grand Hotel
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I hit the border this morning at about 9:30 or so which was a bit later than I had planned. The vehicle in front of me was pulled aside and everyone had to get out and go into the building. After that they pulled a huge stop sign across the road and it looked like I might be there for awhile.
After about 5 minutes and a change of the staff …
... forces you to have firsthand encounters with the world. The world the way it is, not the way you imagine it. Your body will collide with the earth and you will bear witness. In this way you will be compelled to grapple with the limitless kindness and bottomless cruelty of humankind – and perhaps realize that you yourself are capable of both. This will change you. Nothing will ever again be black-and-white.”- Mark Jenkins
... airport to pick her up. You can ask him, but I think I was ready to see her. I remember being in the car hoping we could get there faster - I didn’t want her to have to wait for us. We arrived in good time and Carole had just arrived at the baggage area. Like all savvy travelers she was going fully carry - on so made it through quicker than usual.
The rest of the day was with a young architect named Robert. He had been on a ...
... Make sure you have any credit cards, traveler's checks, etc in a place where you won't forget it. Take a last look at your packing list to make sure everything on it is in your suitcase. Have your roommate sit on top of it while you comically attempt to zip it. And weigh it. 50 lbs is the typical limit for domestic flights now and two 50 pound bags for international. Nobody likes finding out they're overweight by a pound and have to pay an extra $50.
5. When ...
... Can hardly believe it!
Anyways, Carter took me to the airport and the plane took off without a hitch at 1:50. The 3 hour flight was filled with lots of Tetris and some reading on Tokyo in my Fodor's travel guide. Now I'm in Minneapolis/St. Paul stuck with a 5 hour layover.
I decided to roam around for a little to check my prospects for a drink. I thought I had scored when I saw a Chili's and assumed ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Although it was dark when I arrived, I was happy to see that it was not a cinder block hotel. Hotels may be blocky no matter what but it is when they look like a block that I do not enjoy them. The front desk clerk was very polite and helpful and sent me on my way to the room. When I got into my room I was shocked at how large it was and I loved the sloped ceiling and the exposed beams. Definitely not a block room to stay in - it had charm and I like that.
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