Sheraton Minneapolis Midtown Hotel
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... I - caring people. So really, we are never alone.
I have been thinking about my Uncle Steve a lot since I have been home. I have laughed and cried with my family. He was a fun loving, happy, huge hearted man that preferred nothing more than to do for others. Losing him has been an incredible reminder that you really never know what day will be your last. This trip was a dream and I am so grateful I made it a reality. ...
... Museum. Didn't realize that Minneapolis was considered the flour capital of the world. It was the site of the largest flour mill in the world in the late 1800's. More on that later. Since the museum didn't open until 10am, we strolled through the nearby Mill City Farmers Market held every Saturday May through October. Not a huge market. Wonderful organic fruits and vegetables. Some great looking food, and with us trying to maintain our weight loss, there were many ...
... my bags - better than 3pm. So I sat around at Starbuck’s (another tip from the check in guy) for a few hours (right at the end of the Terminal).
I then moved, charged my iPad and then checked my luggage at 1pm….freedom! I then proceeded through security to departures and was hungry again by now having just had a banana since landing.
I found a fish place and ...
I moved to the Twin Cities just after graduation in May 2003, having signed with a small start-up, Honeywell, ready to join 120,000 employees worldwide (approximate fact). Before I knew which Honeywell facility (there were 5) I'd call home/work, I went on an apartment hunting trip with a college friend, Lindsey. We explored the western suburbs (as recommended) and tried our best ...
Today has been a very quiet and restful day. After breakfast at cousin Cindy's house, we took off to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts to see a Matisse exhibit that is on tour here. These pieces were part of a collection owned by the Cone sisters from Baltimore and upon their death were given to the Baltimore Museum of Art. ...