Quality Inn Brooklyn Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on our route. We built in a couple of times where we didn't move the boat. This gave us a full day to explore at a relaxed pace. It was well worth it. We didn't make a lot of progress the first few days, but learning to pilot a 45 foot flat-bottomed boat and how to operate locks takes time. By the end of the trip, what took us all day at the start, required a little over a half-day at the end. One thing we learned rather quickly was that once ...
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... I can't wait to go to a chebicheria.... Can't we think of something else thank food? On top of this, to start knowing more about the country, Diana gave me a Vargas Llosa book. I love to read novels that have to do with the place I am visiting. Tonight, to make things even nicer, Anna, a friend of Elena, visited us. She is in Minneapolis spending her mid term break. Elena was so ...
The first leg of the journey has started. The trip over the pond was uneventful and smooth. None of us slept much but then again, none of us sleep well on the plane.
We are 15 minutes out of Amsterdam as I write this. We will have about 1 hour in Amsterdam and it will be largely moving about - getting our boarding pass, get thru passport control and off to the gate.
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... the Mallery House stood. They claimed it as public domain and displaced her, I believe in the '80's. That home was your classic "over the river and through the woods" Grandma's house that I remember the most. Mary Mallery was a (3-deck!) Canasta whiz, taught us every card game she knew and TOTALLY ROCKED at "Crazy Eights" and "Go to the Dump" (that would be "Go Fish" to some of you.)