Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Inver Grove Heights/Minneapolis
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... in a local bike shop hoping to get a bike lock, have seen these great locks but was not sure it would fit on the bike so we passed, be too tough to return if it didn't fit. Had some phone issues, took a couple hours to get those fixed and then finally got on the road to Hjorring / Lonstrup (depending on which map you look at). The area and house are amazing, we have an ocean ...
... kept feeling like these were sacred places that the First Nation peoples would have been to and honoured. The Round Bluff hike at Fern Clyffe was the most amazing acoustical treasure and with or without waterfall....it likely would have been a magical place for gatherings and ceremonies of all kinds. The Giant City hike in Giant City State Park was incredible with its stonewalled walkways and confederate soldiers names carved in the limestone. We also cycled the ...
... I have housing in Amsterdam until January 30th but I don't know if I'll have enough money to stay that long. Also, I gotta find a job.
7. Where are you staying?
-The University of Amsterdam provides housing through outside companies. I'm staying in an apartment complex designated for international students in downtown Amsterdam. Here is the link to ...
... those kind that clap on and off? Well, I'm much too young for one of those, but I sure love the one I bought! It turns on when it's touched...gets brighter until the 4th touch and then it turns off. Drop in sometime and I'll let you play with it!
We left TX to join Florence's nieces and nephews in Tulsa, OK for a visit and an Easter brunch. Robyn joined us for a day of play in a nearby town where we found a plants and herbs street fair going ...
... Every Tuesday in the summer they have a free evening of music and movies. The band this night was led by an old friend of Mark's. They're called The Hounds of Finn and play a mix of traditional Irish music, some of their own compositions, and a variety of folk/rock stuff. It was a beautiful night, and it was great fun watching the kids dancing to the music.