Rochester Marriott Mayo Clinic Area
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... We had them sent to our campground via Amazon. We gave the bed to the KOA owners, who were happy to have it. Luckily, it all worked out. Looking forward to some good Z's on this trip. Today we looked around Rochester and checked out the Mayo Clinic and Hospital areas. Very impressive area really buzzing with activity. Loads of good looking restaurants around too. Also checked out the local lake (Silver Lake) and university. Nice town! We did successfully get ...
... of Minnesota. Passing Dave going up a hill. Riding alternate days with Becca and Rodney during the last week – a very special blessing to have daughter and son-in-law whom we really enjoy and who like to spend time with us as well! And finishing the ride, with Haydynne on the bike as well, was extra special.
Just an end note: We had originally planned to ride 75 miles tomorrow, ending at Winona on the Mississippi River. The weather report and ...
... a concern for us, we figured that learning more about what Mayo does would be a good idea if we ever need them. Dr. William Wirral Mayo was a country doctor in Rochester when the town was destroyed by a devastating tornado in 1883. He asked the nuns from The Sisters of Saint Francis to help with injured patients. The sisters then raised enough money to built Saint Marys Hospital in 1889 - the first of many medical clinics that make up the ...
We are less than 24 hours from our departure time. The bags are packed and everyone has their rides planned for the first leg of our journey, which for most of us is from Lake City to MSP. We fly from Minneapolis (MSP) to Dulles Airport in Washington D.C. and then fly the long leg of our trip to ...
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We drove to Niagara Falls and walked from one end to the other. What a beautiful site! The Canadian side, Horseshoe Falls, is just awe inspiring. After oo-ing and ah-ing for about an hour, we had a delightful walk through the incredible fall colored leaves back to our hotel. We were a bit sad to see the excessive tourist attractions that overwhelmed the visit.
We plan ...