Red Roof Inn Minneapolis Plymouth
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... well so he missed out on the excitement.
Now to drag Chris through the Sculpture Garden in 86 degree humid weather. There was one "sculpture" that was a series of 30 or so benches all with an interesting quote written on each one. (this put Chris over the edge...time to get into the shade)
On to our second twins game, our seats were not as impressive for this round so we scoped out a nice central spot at the ...
... that he will not resurface. Time to get out!!! Back in the room, we order room service and put on the TV. Andy manages to stay awake quite a while but at 9 pm (3 am UK time ) he flakes out. First impressions of Minneapolis are an industrial but clean and affluent city. People are much more formally dressed than in the relaxed West. Not sure Ethan's affiliation to bright green crocs will cut it ...
... me a bag to pack 18 pounds of things in. Finally we are able to purchase this bag after going downstairs, finding out we need a slip from upstairs to purchase the bag, run up stairs for the slip, then back downstairs again for the bag. Finally, we sort 18 pounds of things into this duffel on wheels and we are on our way with 2 checked bags and 2 ...
... if the US had converted to the metric system while we had been away. But after 100 miles, when we were just reaching the outskirts of Tucson, the signs doubled up – some measuring in kilometers and others in miles. Then when we entered Tucson, it switched to all in miles. We were in the US for sure. The next two weeks consisted of getting insurance for the Monja for the time while she was in the states, trying to sell her, and spending ...
... from departure) I thought instead I would try a short picture tour of Meursault, the town in which we will be living for three months this coming fall. These first pictures are of the centre ville de Meursault. It is a typical petite town in the Burgundy- a church, a cafe, a couple of restaurants, a war memorial et al.
WIne is king here and ...