Radisson Hotel Roseville
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We'll have been here a week by the time we leave on Tuesday, and it's
been fabulous to find time with so many old friends - including the
unexpected bonus of being parked near Jan & Steve - who are close
friends who now live in Arizona!!
Tomorrow, we're going to the Mill City Museum with Fran - should be another fun ...
... up front. This didn’t last long. Artie’s now walking and he’s not happy. Liam decides it’s time to act up, Liam out of the stroller, Artie in, Liam’s walking and he’s not happy. Shannon carry’s him for a while, I’m pushing the stroller, Art’s taking pictures and we head to Tugg’s to eat lunch. Liam eventually ended up on Arts shoulders and he was happy again.
I forgot how you have to bribe your kids to be ...
Arrived on time at 6:00 and it was a balmy 90 degrees and started our long trek to the Lufthansa gate. We arrived at our gate at 6:20 and they started boarding at 6:35. Whew that was close! Minneapolis looks like a nice green city with lots of trees and lakes. Next stop is Amsterdam. Good ...
I am sitting in a very fancy, modern-looking terminal waiting for my flight to Seattle to start boarding. (Seriously Delta... I am giddy about this new set up and then mildly annoyed with myself for being in awe of your iPad-filled terminal and your fancy store and bar.) If all goes well, ...
... a seat on the way home. What a treat ! we almost had the store to ourselves.
The W's picked us up at 1130 and we were taken on a marvellous sightseeing tour of the Twin Cities, rich folks' homes at the lake front on Lake of Isles Drive, the State Capitol, the Mississippi (now seen top AND bottom ends) Scott was so knowledgeable and provided great commentary. Stopped for lunch at one of their favorite restaurants. It was packed so we ended up having to ...
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