Marriott Minneapolis Airport
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- Swimming pool
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Along with the fabulous pictures, the best way to document a trip is to recode the highlights and each person's BEST OF moments. I asked the family 5 questions today and here are their answers...
1. What was the best CITY?
Dad - Flagstaff, the scenery and cooler weather
Mom - Flagstaff, the Old Town and the active/out and about lifestyle
Julia - Holbrook, the funky diner and museum and Rte. 66 funky stuff
Nathan - ...
... all night, ahh great sleeping sounds. Today we went to The Landing - Minneapolis River Heritage Park. It is living history museum depicting life in the Minnesota River valley from 1845-1889. We enjoyed looking through the original and reproduction buildings from that era. Tomorrow it is the paddle boat ride on the Mississippi and a look at Minnehaha Falls in downtown Minneapolis.
... October 23. Flying to Atlanta from Minneapolis, we board a fifteen hour forty minute flight to Johannesburg. This will by far be the longest flight we have ever taken. I figure it won't be too bad - seven two hour movies...... A year ago, Linda started knitting dolls to be given to the children of Moyo; she completed over 100 and some of her golf friends added e nought that we will be taking 125 dolls ...
... Lucy" which is two burgers stuffed with cheese. I got mine with american, Jon had bleu cheese. We both agreed the american cheese stuffed one tasted better. We rounded out our day with a trip to Ikea which I had never been to. It was fun for us to look at home items and dream about when we would have a home of our own. That's all for now I am off to read a book..on my Kindle of ...
... and I take a walk, and we chat with an Australian couple who have been driving around the US in a camper for the last three years.
The lake is choppy. As noon approaches, a woman calls out, “Dramamine, anyone?” We all decline. Last time I had it, I fell asleep. I also have never been seasick after learning how to keep my eyes on the horizon so I figure I don’t need it. The weather has slowed the ferry down and it’s half an hour late.