InTown Suites Minneapolis North
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... find the bus that runs down to my hotel from the city center....well, 15 minutes and a lot of asking people laer I was on the bus ("Are you really sure you're taking THAT bus? You'll get a scenic view of thwe roughest inner city parts " "No worries" "Well, you know...lots of teens that act all loud" "I'll be fine" "Well...ok...then"*). The busride was pleasant by the way, but this place where the hotel is is ...
... that gets me.
Let me set the scene here in Minneapolis...the day was humid beyond belief, temperatures up in the 90s (Fahrenheit). Storm clouds had been threatening to unleash all day but managed to hold off saving us from their deluge. Late afternoon arrived with a sigh of unified relief across the city as the working day finished and everyone dashed for air-conditioned homes. Buses were crowded and muggy as swarms of people moved towards ...
... delighted that the temperature is dipping down lower so that we can really taste the Minnesotan winter bite. What a lovely brother and uncle we have. I'm somewhat relieved that I'm travelling as co-pilot for Peter and that I don't have to endure Sauli's maniac rally car driving this morning. Peter mutters again about how fast American's drive as he tries to keep up with Sauli. We are having an outing to 'Cabellas' …. a hunting and fishing ...
... to our kids (red gummy bears) with Papa Bear (yellow gummy bear) hovering in the background affirming such pronouncements. The carrot sticks also carried a more subtle threat of, "eat them only or else…" Then I placed a barrier of pretzels to serve as a guardrail to the great sugary chasm of ill health if they should try to venture across to the other side where the three 'evil' iced crackers disguised as snowmen were tempting them ...
... years ago it was now certain that his eyesight had regressed. Later this evening they used the internet connection with the lap-top to select what style of specs they would order. Amazing that with some callipers to measure pupil to pupil plus a photo of their face they could 'try on' different spec looks. Sauli thankfully steered Peter away from the aviator goggle look to a more contemporary rimless kind. Now, they just had to sit tight and wait for ...