Residence Inn Minneapolis Edina
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Travel Blogs from Edina
... at a Mexican restaurant makes me ponder what kinds of crazy foods I'll be tasting in China. The Chinese have a saying "民以食为࣪ 5;“ which basically states that they regard cuisine as the most important thing in life. If this is true, I'm sure I will be trying many flavorful and interesting dishes that I wouldn't even have dreamed of.
Packing has been an arduous process but after double/triple checking ...
... In all the countries, the border involved parking the car, walking around, standing in lines in the sun, fending off beggars and merchants, and inevitably making friends with someone. So when we left Mexico and entered the US we were expecting to spend an hour doing paperwork on the Mexican side and an unknown amount of time going through immigration and customs on the US side. However, to leave the Mexican side we went through a drive through ...
... were often one rock sitting atop another, or sometimes just a single large stone. The trail on the Presidentials was 6,000 feet up. The highest point we hit was about 1,000. And Jan did it with a bad knee!
Backpack: Gregory Deva 70. Since this was my first backpacking trip, I don’t have anything to compare it to, but the Deva was pretty comfortable for a torture device. I thought the hip belt pockets could ...
... just one, but three rollercoasters--it's an entire amusement park. There's a massive Lego store, where I spent most of my time. The three of us also enjoyed a round of miniature golf. It rivaled some of the other best courses we've played.
Despite the four-story mall's size and interest, it was surprisingly not labyrinth-like. It wasn't confusing to navigate, and we didn't get lost (apart from having a local friend show us around). ...
... see St. Anthony's Falls which is right downtown as well.
Joel cooked us dinner tonight......delicious marinated chicken, baked potato, and toss salad. We then drove to St. Paul to celebrate our anniversary with the best ice cream I think I've ever had.
It was another great day and one that will be hard to beat.
Thanks Joel & Lisa for your ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility