Residence Inn Minneapolis St. Paul/Roseville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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We all got on. I found one great reason to sit in the back of the plane. When your in the first few rows the breakfast aroma is strong from first class. This is starting to make me rethink the idea of booking economy comfort seats. Going to have to think ...
Corn and soy fields filled the landscape in Minnesota also. A long 432-mile drive-day.....thanx to not reading GPS correctly!!!...included wandering the back roads of Iowa, BUT eventually we met dear friends Curt & Mary Lou Fiesel in Minneapolis for dinner before finding our way in the dark to a most challenging RV site in an oak tree forest at Ham Lake!! The next ...
... later. Mary-Lou Lynn's best buddy and Rosine Linda's Mum came to dinner. Linda cooked the fish on the charcoal Weber and it was delicious. The Pav worked out well and we all ate too much. People all over the neighbourhood are letting off fireworks much to Daisy's dismay - she is very frightened and is barking a ...
... an hour. After that we headed out for dinner at a bar, it was as you see it on tv. Lots of beer neon lights, dark and dingy. We ordered 1/2 pound of shrimp with fries, it only cost $7.95 and tried some of the local beers. Craft beers were only $3.75. We came outside and saw that it had rained and there was a thunderstorm happening. Andrew went next door to the supermarket and grabbed a six pack of beer and we had them out the front of the hotel with Wendy and her ...
... del Kino, we didn’t know where we would end up that day or how much paperwork we would have to fill out. We had become pros at crossing Central American borders because we crossed all of them twice. Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua make it easy because they are in the CA-4 or the Central American 4. This means that there is little to no hassle to cross their borders. There is waiting in lines, getting passport ...