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... to floor. You then were able to go to the top of the tower to see the Mississippi River that helped to power the plant. The plant had an explosion in 1878. The explosion occurred when the dust flour which is highly volatile exploded due to two millstones rubbing together causing a spark. So much history to share. If you are ever in Minneapolis, go to the Mill City Museum! Next to the museum is the Guthrie Theatre. A very modern theatre with a cantilevered section that has a ...
... cream date with Will! Got to finally wear my dress I bought from Chicago! We went to an ice cream shop called Sebastian Joe's. It is an amazing place! Lots of different flavors to choose from and their ice cream was super tasty as well! Only got to sleep at about 1am so definitely going to have an early night tomorrow as I'll be beginning my farm work on Monday morning! Minneapolis has been fun. I've talked to and met lots of nice people here. A great little ...
... United States for the first time in my life. When I tell people that I am going to Thailand I typically get asked why I did not decide to go somewhere like Ireland or the United Kingdom for my first time abroad. Honestly, I do not know why I decided to go all out for this first trip, but hey, why not!
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The stadium is pretty impressive and the staff are super friendly. Les sampled the local delicacy of a pork chop on a stick. In fact it seems pretty much anything on a stick is considered a local delicacy.
As for the game, The Twins ended up losing 5-2, although we left after 7 innings with the twins down 4-1. We had a 30 minute drive back to our insect infested campsite.
For the record our Seats (Section E, Row 2, Seats 17 & ...
... Laos, Cambodian, Vietnamese, Thai, and east Africans - Somalis. I hit the ground running. I want to head to the famous international market in Saint Paul for some interesting dining fare. Only 1 hr away on local bus and for $1.75 - it's not a bad deal to see life here in the Twin Cities. Stretching from Nicollet Mall to University Avenue. This bus ride passes through Mall of America Field, home of the Minnesota Vikings, then University of Minnesota - one of ...