Marriott Minneapolis Airport
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... placed Dad and Anna in the front of the log boat. By the end of the ride, the lower half of Anna and Dad were soaked while the two in the rear of the log boat remained bone dry.
After a quick walk around the mall and an unsuccessful hunt for flannel shirts for the two littles, we found our car and headed back to enjoy a night of swimming and fun at the LaQuinta where we cashed in some of our banked ...
... 3 years ago we discovered a home that was available for rent by an absentee owner who lives in Minneapolis. We have negotiated, communicated and dealt with Louise by mail, email and telephone for those years and had yet to meet each other. This was an opportunity. I contacted Louise and let her know about our date and short window. She graciously invited us to dinner and offered to give us a tour of the city she has lived in for all of ...
... each day I don't have access to a computer. Either she or I will say that I am safe on my entry called "Life is good" and she or I will be posting a comment daily or every 48 hours. Just keep in mind there is a big time difference so some patience is needed. Also, if anyone knows me, I am a very sparatic responder/communicator. Sometimes I just want my space, sometimes I don't stop talking, either way, i will try my best.
... split tray of appetizers.
In just a few hours, it felt like we’d seen so much, so we’re all pretty exhausted when we get back to Kristina’s. She also has a presentation in the morning, but with her boss’s permission, she’ll be able to take a half day after her meeting and show us more of the city! Big thanks for such a wonderful introduction to a frequently overlooked, but very cool ...
... have to learn Wolof (a language spoken only in three West African countries). It would not be the end of the world learning another language but I would love nothing more than to become fluent in French and since I already have a good base, why not stick with it, right?
Well, that is about all for now. I can assure you that there will be more exciting posts to come in the future, but I just want to keep accurate records of pre-departure.
Tout à l'heure.