Minneapolis Marriott West
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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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... to an ice cold coconut juice, actually served in the coconut, and a delicious and very fresh meal. Just after we sat down, the restaurant became extremely busy with mostly, but not exclusively, Vietnamese locals coming in for their lunch, including a group of nuns and male clergy who seemed to have something to do with the restaurant, as several of the group kept coming in and out of the kitchen bringing bowls of food to the table. All very entertaining. Two very satisfied ...
... of it. The theme park has multiple roller-coasters (though not as big as those in places like Thorpe Park or Cedar Point), rides and all sorts of exciting things. You can even get a zip line over the mall - I didn't do this, but it did look like fun! The shops are all around the outside of the theme park, so, in theory, it's not too difficult to navigate (I did still lose all sense of direction though, and probably would have gotten myself lost if I wasn't ...
We got to Minneapolis and went straight to the Bakken Museum. A museum devoted to teaching people about electricity and magnetism. It was an awesome museum. Very interesting with a lot of old pieces of technology and they talked about how electrical currents were used in science and in medicine. Bakken was a man who became interested in electricity after reading Frankenstein and created the first ...
... A few years ago, we went to Uganda with our church (CPC) and World Vision to see some of the projects that CPC was sponsoring and to see our "adopted" child, Betty. World Vision is a great organization that moves into underdeveloped communities worldwide; they work with the locals to promote education, health, and self-sufficiency. WV partners with corporations and churches to adopt the area. ...