Residence Inn Minneapolis Edina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fruit and veggies, and food vendors. We wish we could have taken some of the fresh produce home with us. After breakfast we drove to the capital of Minnesota and walked through St Paul's Cathedral. A beautiful Catholic Cathedral that was started in 1906. From the hill that the Cathedral is on you get a great view of St Paul and the state capital. We drove around the capital building and then headed across the Mississippi River to Minneapolis. ...
... barely spoke two sentences the entire evening. So we had to rely on ourselves to keep the conversation going. Thank goodness the wine was poured freely, but we didn't get the exclusive aquavit which I had expected. There were also three other couples and the "future cruises" sales woman at the table. We did not have a bad time, just not a very good one. And, since it was second sitting, we didn't leave the dining room until after 10:30, missing the farewell crew ...
... in a downtown park, then headed over to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, home of the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture. There are over 25 sculptures, plus a large greenhouse garden.
We then headed toward the Mississippi River to see the Stone Arch Bridge and one of the dams on the river. It's located in the old mill area which they are rehab-ing into condos, etc.
... sound a cat makes when hacking up a furball, only much louder. Chills run through me. “Julie?” I squeak. “Help?”
It’s probably only a raccoon, maybe ****** off to see a giant human-stink thing in the middle of its territory. What if it’s rabid? What if it charges the tent? I grab my brand new Buck knife, just in case. I hear the sound again, and it has moved into the woods on the far side of the house. My breathing slows, but I sleep ...
I can hardly say how amazing my time in Papua New Guinea was and how meaningful the new relationships I have now are from the people I met while I was there. I hope in reading this blog you can have some idea now.
I could write a lot more, but I shall leave it at this for now.
If anyone has any questions, please ask me and I will do my best to converse with you.
Until next time,