Residence Inn at The Depot
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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 ...
... with people is vastly preferable to cooking for people. And my friends are the greaterest: showing up with a bag of groceries and random recipes/food concepts is normal.
Allow me to introduce you to MoPo Nights. Named for the culinary art of mouth pounding, these events require a group of awesome friends who (a) love food, (b) are not shy about ...
Elvis. Legend. Icon.
From his first hit record, "Heartbreak Hotel" in 1956, Elvis Aaron Presley has been the undisputed King of Rock and Roll. With 11 albums and 18 singles hitting the Number 1 spot on the charts, and 55 platinum albums, Elvis is also the best selling solo artist in U.S. history. But Elvis loved to sing gospel music—in fact, he credited gospel music as his greatest musical influence. As a child, he adored church choirs, and while in Memphis ...
... verbal. I am pretty sure I used all of them.
Overall, traveling alone was something I wanted to see if I had the courage to do. Now that I have done it, I feel like it has in fact changed something in me. There is a sense of accomplishment and confidence that comes from being able to thrive in an unknown place all on your own. You learn to listen to your own needs, your own intuition and your own heart. There was never ...
... is also right across the street from the Walker Art Center, which we learn is one of the big five museums in the US for modern art. We don’t have time to visit today, but we put it on our to-do list for our next trip to Minneapolis.
All this walking around has us really thirsty, so we head to Psycho Suzi’s Motor Lounge for some more local beers and food. Psycho Suzi’s is right along the Mississippi River with a huge outdoor patio decorated in a tiki bar ...