Millennium Hotel Minneapolis
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... sorted it was time to sort out the driving license. Not having US I.D. is problematic, as it is needed for just about everything. A UK/non-Minnesotan license will only get you 30 days grace when registering with insurance (we decided against an SVU and bought an A4).
Both passing our written test with relative ease it was time for my practical. Feeling the pressure I was asked to turn on the lights and perform the equivalent of the cockpit drill – hearing Uncle ...
... of rain, but not before nearly being wiped out by an out of control motorbike sliding across the road towards the sidewalk after the guys riding it decided to try a wheelie and lost control. Amazingly they seemed to be mostly ok, but the bike looked like a bit of a wreck with lots of debris strewn all over the place! What better excuse than to hit the bottle once again, this time with a shot of Cinnabon (cinnamon roll flavour) vodka luckily left in the fridge by our host ...
... 5 places like this, and each of them has a different backstory - it's a very cool idea. After our days outing, we spent some time at Morgan and Gina's house, and met their very cheerful dog and laid back cat.
After saying goodbye to Minneapolis, we were on the road again for another 4 days of constant driving to get back to Culpeper, Virginia. This ended our trip, which put 5600 miles on the RV, and around another 2300 on various rental cars - a proper road ...
... ate authentic Latin American food. It was amazing. From there we went to the Mall of America where we spent too much money and rode two of the indoor roller coasters. It was lots of fun and it partially makes up for the fact that we're not going to Cedar Point anymore (cause Jordan is lame and hates roller coasters) After the mall we went to Minnehaha falls and then walked around ...
... Two years ago, CPC again teamed up with World Vision to start a new development program in the Moyo area in Zambia. We adopted an eight year old girl, named Kelly. we thought it would be fun to see the area in the early stages of development, so we signed up to visit Moyo this year. One of the remaining areas we have wanted to see are the pyramids in Egypt. Given the political turmoil of the last few years ...