Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Eagan/St Paul
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... seat next to my window seat was occupied by a finely suited young man
whom I estimated to be an investment banker. With an interesting accent, he told
me his destination was New York. He remarked to me that he was going to be in
trouble if he didn’t get home tonight as this was his tenth wedding
anniversary. When we re-boarded, his seat sat empty.
Profoundly, no one is discussing it but I and all the others
We should be!!! We have been packing for about 3 weeks. It's been an intense few days at work and I am only getting into vacation mode now. Relaxing with a glass of wine. Probably the last one for awhile. We need to adjust to altitude when we get there and that means no alcoholic beverages. Plane in less than 10 ...
Day 22/23: Minneapolis
I'm not going to lie - we went into Minneapolis with disbelief on my friend Hayley's ravings of how awesome it was. You couldn't get two text words in with Hayley without her saying "come visit! It is awesome! You'll see! There's amazing food. No. I am not lying. Yes. It is in the states". Hayley is a good friend of mine that braved the rough streets of MacIsaac Hall with me back in the day as an RA at St. FX. We went far out of our way to ...
... games arcade, so we had an invigorating game of Air Hockey to get the blood flowing. Sorry? What was that? Who won?..Oh..well....I did....seeing youve asked....7-3.
Found a boookstore and mooched around that until Macys opened at 10. Shopped for a few domestic necessities like hankies and socks, Tshirts, Christmas decos. I found a pair of furry reindeer about a metre high, a snip at $350 each, w 30% off! Rex pointed out that I would probably have to buy ...
... 8217;s about an hour left in the trip.
There’s no way I’ll last an hour in here without puking. I wait for my chance and stumble to the door without falling in anyone’s lap. There are more people out here than before, and I take the only available spot at the railing. It seems windier and wetter than my last redoubt, and I’m periodically engulfed in exhaust fumes. “I can do this for an hour,” I tell myself as the nausea wanes, but ...