Days Inn Rochester-Downtown
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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I was getting my hair done at Shear Perfection / Hair Port, when Rosemary strolled in to get her hair done. As we finished up, in walked Marti, ready to do her great work there, and it turned out her first customer was Gayle! What a small world, and what a great level of excitement! Thought we'd document this with a picture.
Found this great place to camp with a restaurant, which worked out really well since it was John's birthday. Preston is in a very scenic area of farmland and very old farmhouses and towns in southeastern Minnesota. The Old Barn turned out to be a beautiful campsite where a lot of people park their RVs for ...
... low my old Friend Jane Baylow is playing the piano and a lady is sing classical music. It was an awesome time to wile away an hour. I did say Hey to Jane and went to get my vittles.
I get back up to "Mayo 7" 5 minutes early and this time I am allowed to check in. At 930 sharp I was sitting waiting for my name to be called. I was about to get my Kindle out and wowser, they called my name at 934. Off I went and started ...
... us across the river to Lacrosse, WI where we had an early dinner at an outside Irish pub. Meatball was relegated to being tied outside the fence surrounding the restaurant so he immediately laid flat out in the middle of the sidewalk attracting small crowds of dog lovers. He was in doggie heaven! We will be here until Sunday when we will go North a couple hundred miles to Father Hennepin State Park on Mille Lac (lake). We will be there 4 nights then head west toward Fargo, ...
... hill, I got a sudden burst of energy and enthusiasm for the last day’s ride and charged past Dave UP the hill! That is such an unusual occurrence it left him practically speechless! A bit further on, near a pretty farm, there was a farmer running his tractor harrowing between the rows of corn (at least that’s what it looked like). It was so quintessentially Minnesotan that both Dave and I stopped to take pictures. So here we were, our Washington ...