LivINN Hotel Minneapolis South / Burnsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the 1960s, they found a secret driveway where cars could actually drive under the building to unload their illegal booze. Neat place. Sandy had a plain burger, but I had to have the original Juicy Lucy....two hamburger patties with cheese between them...the heat melts the cheese and it does become juicy...and delicious.
Headed back to the CP and we slept.
Thought we'd be home today, but what the heck, do we have to go back ...
... of the day, but the sun finally began to shine around 4pm and the city really came to life. I enjoyed spending more time by the river looking around. I also cut short my walk to the U of M to get pictures of the Weissman building (I didn’t get lost this time!). You have to settle for pictures of the museum from the bridge because my feet would not tolerate me going all the way across and down the hill for the really good angle.
U of M has a ...
... this has been!! We covered a lot of ground, got zero sleep, ate a lot of weird things, spent way too much money, but we will have many great memories.
Hope you enjoyed our blog. We sure had fun writing it! Soon back to reality in Maple Grove. I understand I am on weed pulling duty this Sunday morning.
... downturn since the Great Depression. It is critical that we continue the policies that are building an economy that works for the middle class as we dig our way out of the deep hole that ...
... nice warm spa, but I’m on a mission. I do a couple of backstroke laps to warm up. I’ve set myself a completely arbitrary goal of 30 laps in 30 minutes, even though I haven’t been swimming for nearly fifteen years.
I start out with a strong stroke and do four laps. Then I have to stop and catch my breath. I make myself do six more and then I rest again, panting like a dog in the sun. Six more, and six more, until I hit thirty. Then I push myself to do ten ...