LivINN Hotel Minneapolis South / Burnsville
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... beer with Diane and Brian. I think we put down at least one beer each, and Diane poured us a shot of Tequila. One of Diane and Brian's friends made a custom pourer that allowed her to pour two shots at a time...incredibly she saved about 2.5 seconds using this great invention, but it becomes a little less effective with an odd number of shots being poured.
Lights out at about midnight....the bed felt great, it was a good ...
Sarina: Today we woke up a bit later then we needed (6:45am) and I packed while Care showered. We left our bags with the concierge who called us a taxi while we ate a quick bite. When we were done pretending to eat we were informed that the taxi bus was here....but wait, where were Sarina's bags? It turned out that a different taxi had ended up with Sarina luggage so I had to wait upset while the concierge yelled in Dutch for the other taxi to wait for me at the airport ...
... watching! The most conducive place yet! On a summery afternoon spot in the middle of the week families and friends gather to spend summer fun together! What a city! They know how to live. As the eveningtide came upon us, I joined those circling the waters perimeter at a running pace! Juice joined me for a little sprinting in the beginning! They even had a lane for bikers! A whole crew of strollers, runners, and bikers. People atop blankets ...
... Even so, the transition feels sudden and it might take me a while to really settle in.
The trip was wonderful all around. The ruins in Peru were awe-inspiring and I really need to return to see so much that I wasn't able to cover this time around. My time in Peru was even more rewarding on a personal level as I became good friends with two ...
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Dandelions are also out like crazy. These little cotton balls float past us constantly, and there are some patches of grass that are covered so completely, the dandelion fluff looks like fake snow.
After our walk around the lake, Kristina drives us to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, which is enjoyed by both locals and tourists. We walk past a Minneapolis landmark, the sculpture of a gigantic spoon with an equally gigantic cherry balancing on top.