Minneapolis Marriott West
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMinneapolis Marriott West
It's a standard Marriott- nice comfy beds with lots of pillows, clean bathrooms, free wifi in the lobby, a pool.
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... 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 ...
... morning (after spending very little time in the hotel) we noticed that our room was improperly cleaned and we talked to the front desk and they comped us breakfast at the hotel (buffet was $20 a person. It wasn't even overly amazing. I don't understand how anyone would actually pay that) from there we went to the National Park Mississippi River Visitors center in St. Paul and then headed towards ...
Thank you to my MoPo friends for the food and the drink but mostly the conversation.
And then there's Family Night. Every Tuesday for the past 8 years, I've enjoyed dinner with my Minnesota family. We humor each other's whims: "it's finally 40 degrees, let's grill" or "let's make Hanukkah" ...
... We just looked at him....eyes getting a bit wider..... Hmmmmm. Then he ended his inebriated visit with us by singing a hillbilly tune, a cappella, called ’Simmon Beer and Possum Sup. He said he wrote it. And it was a performance I wish I had recorded. The entertainment Eugene provided us with was well worth the price of admission. For better...and for worse. And as quick as he came....then poof! He was gone. Just like that. So we thought you might enjoy some ...
... 8217;s Good Samaritan Project, which my mother shared with me this morning.
“I am only one, but I am one. I can’t do everything, but I can do something; and I will not let what I cannot do, interfere with what I can do.”
Thank you for letting me share a little bit about myself and my faith with you today. When I return in August 2013 I hope to come back and share my experiences with you.