Days Inn Minneapolis/Univ of Minnesota
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... Edward Scissorhands. By co-incidence, she was also born in Minnesota.
Five minutes past Winona, as I took a bend in the river the view ahead said one thing - turn around. A wall of rain and cloud to the ground... So like Tim Burton with Frankenweenie, back to Winona I went. A quick ...
... caught in a massive rainstorm on my way to Aberdeen SD and needed a wash since I would be on a ride tomorrow for the AICAF. They are a true Harley Davidson dealer where HD stands for hundred dollars. They wanted $100 to clean my bike. I called another dealer southwest of me, 14 miles away. Wild Prairie H-D they told me to come on down. They are located in Eden Prairie, MN and couldn't have been nicer. I told ...
... time to get home to relax in front of more Netflix. I am now realising what all the fuss has been about with this sort of viewing - no ads and so many great viewing opportunities. Any more exploring might be a problem.
Thursday 13th August was designated the day to do our duty and go to the mall of America, the largest shopping mall in the USofA. Funnily enough it was easy to get to using both light rail lines - they want people to go and spend money I guess. It is ...
We came in to Minneapolis with great weather and have enjoyed being here with sunny skies and comfortable temperatures. The area we are in is called Maple Grove and is a large area north west of Minneapolis. Lots of strip malls, regular malls and road construction everywhere. Of course speaking of road construction, there has not been a road that we've been on since leaving SC that hasn't had some kind of construction!
I pampered myself this morning by having a ...
... a great combination of old and new. Stretched out along the Mississippi, at the locks near the falls, are multiple renovated buildings that demonstrate the rebirth of the city. The Mill Museum retains the walls from the time it exploded but has built a glass-and-steel structure inside. Beyond that, the Guthrie stands as a black box with a big erection. Along the river are the ruins of the old mill, now part of the walking path. The ...