La Quinta Inn Minneapolis Airport Bloomington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Just wanted to give a special thanks for everyone who took time out of their schedules wish me off at various parts this past week. I also wanted to let everyone know that every day of my trip was sponsored and more important I have a letter to read from someone for every day I am gone. This is yet another example of all the amazing people who have influenced my life ...
... the border making our way slowly across the states. The US felt so special. We could finally be in wild spaces without being afraid. There was no longer that persistent threat of banditos coming to rob us because we were foreigners. I could go running by myself along isolated paths and not be stared at or hooted at. We spent a lot of time in the Rocky Mountains, walking around, climbing rocks, and enjoying summer. We ate a lot of sweet corn. It all ...
... 8217;t eaten since eight. Sea sickness will do that to you. But an hour later, our stomachs are settling. I start craving pizza, and when we reach Grand Marais, around four, Julie thinks she might just be able to eat. Maybe.
Eschewing the famous Sven and Ole’s, we decide to try a little hole-in-the-wall called Sydney’s Frozen Custard that offers Wood Fired Pizza. We order the Margherita and it is fabulous. When I tell the owner how awesome the garlic ...
... and us kids just played, played, and played some more…. until we got tired of playing, then it was trudging back inside, all hot and breathless….. and more work for Camp Organiser. All the wet stuff had to go through the dryer, and all the dry stuff had to be put back in the closet, just as well we bought in the blue stackable containers to pile all our stuff into.
We all came in for lunch…. finally a small break for the adults… a small ...
... and hit the pavement for about a mile. Soon we hit miraculous fall trails and spent the next eleven miles trudging hills and dodging roots and rocks. We witnessed a few wipeouts and Amy came close to rolling an ankle. The last mile was again on a stretch of flat pavement and the finish line was in sight (That can mess with you). "So close but so far!" The two of us finished tired but strong and are ...