Sandalwood Studios And Suites
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Unfortunately my body clock seems to be in the pattern of waking up now at about 6:30am... But at least I went to bed early last night anyway! I had my first breakfast here in Minneapolis at my B&B. I had fruit, cereal and toast! It doesn't sound like much but I was seriously full afterwards... Marsha the Innkeeper here is really nice and the B&B itself is awesome. Super old vintage house but that's what makes it special! Unfortunately on quite a busy road but thankfully ...
... enjoy about life on the road.
Later that night, we headed to the town centre and “First and 7th street entry” the venue famously used by the artist formally known as Prince in the film Purple Rain. As we approached the venue, the street was heaving with people. The show was guaranteed to be packed we thought, until it became clear that the hoards of people were actually heading towards the Minnesota Twins baseball stadium that loomed large over our venue. ...
... away. This park is next to an Indian Casino so we have close access to some fun and good restaurants. They have a shuttle to the Mall of America so we are going to take advantage of that.
I can see why Minnesota is the land of 10,000 lakes. As you are driving on the highway you see small lakes everywhere. Not looking forward to seeing the mosquitoes tho.
... why? This is commonly called voodoo economics and certainly had its issues for Reagan as he ended up needing to raise taxes.
Reagan specifically raised income taxes on the highest 10% ...
I have arrived safely in Accra once again. The flight over was more or less uneventful, which is good. When I arrived at the gate in Minneapolis I heard my name being called over the loudspeaker to come up to the desk. I took my carry on baggage with me and went to stand in line with the rest who were called. Quite a few people were there and milling back and forth. It turns out they needed to see ...