Sheraton Minneapolis West Hotel
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... all of you to do the same. Find your dream and make it a reality. Don't wait until you are older. Don't wait for more money. Don't wait for the kids to get older - take them with you. And most importantly, don't wait for more time because nothing is a guarantee.
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... to which we DIDN'T succumb! See the menu board... Now, the Mill City Museum. The Gold Medal Washburn flour plant was built in 1866. You forget the mechanical technology that was available in the late 1800's used to mill, make flour, carry wheat, and fill flour bags. The flour tower tour was really good. You actually rode in a moving freight elevator that had carpeted, riser seating built in there. The history of the plant and flour making was explained as the elevator moved ...
... be seated and ordered a fish and chips and C******nay and gazed out at planes taxiing, landing and taking off.
I then decided to make my way to the gate and found out that we were delayed by an hour…so I went back to the same place and had another C******nay!
Finally we took off and the flight was fairly empty and I had a free seat next to me again and so slept ...
... Plymouth because I was NOT a pilgrim. Alas, I spent the first two years living and the first three years working in the grand suburb that is Plymouth.
If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring?
What kind of music do pilgrims like?
Arriving in Minnesota marked the furthest I'd ever been from home ...
... owned 500 works by Matisse and their collection forms the largest and most representative group of his works in the world. It was a beautiful collection and I picked out one or two that I want!! This evening, Henry and Tricia, our traveling partners, came over and went to dinner with Cindy, Earl, Ben and I at Lord Fletcher's, ...