Residence Inn Minneapolis Plymouth
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Pub situated behind home plate on the upper level. Chris was soon befriended by Josh & John local Minnesotans. We enjoyed two "dinger dogs" and then I learned dinger was slang for a home run (my dad will probably be ashamed that I did not already know that one...or maybe its a Minnesota thing)
I drove us back through some more amazing summer roadworks and back to our spider covered tent. Good night spiders!!! :)
Ok. It's middle of April - a great SPRING time... Birds are singing...Flowers are blooming...Any where in the US would be fantastic to visit...but nooooo. Not this year and especially not now!!! From the plane - it looks like I am about to land on the North Pole to visit Santa's workshop. I start to think that I am crazy. This reminds me to fire my travel planner when I get home. Alright, no one can predict the weather!!! Why Minneapolis? This place is a ...
Remembered to pack Horton though! Horton is a small stuffed polar bear. My friend Alexis and I decided to exchange small
animals to take with us on each of our trips abroad. We are planning on
taking pictures of them doing all the different things we are doing
while we are apart.
Check in with you guys soon!
... sisters we had not seen for a while.
We found out we could get a title on the car in the US because it had been written off by an insurance company as totaled in 1998 in Missouri. So selling it to someone who would take it back to Guatemala was the only way to get her off our hands. In the end we found a Mexican guy who ran a furniture shop in Santa Fe who bought La Monja. We passed by and saw that he had a sign in Spanish and some cars ...
... at the heart of France's wine country. The land is so valuable for vines that they literally come right up to the wall of the town and houses. This is true of the chateau where we will be living.
Although all types of wine are made here, Meursault is primarily known for its white wines.
All for now. Next posting will be from France! Chip