The Minneapolis Boulevard Hotel
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... them over to our fire and enjoyed great conversation learning about the Twin Cities and explaining how Calgary has changed since he left in the 1980’s. This area is home to many head offices including Target, Quaker and various airlines. Who knew? His wife introduced our kids to roasting chocolate mousse Peeps on the fire. They are hooked.
Today’s totals : 51.4 km (7719.4 grand total)
back to school shopping accomplished
... it all of course. He looked at every possible angle from all four floors! Of course I wanted to see stores but I stayed with him - because I was afraid I'd get lost and he WOULDN'T find me!!
There is a theater, a comedy show place, restaurants galore (dinner at CRAVE, a very nice restaurant) and even a 12 lane bowling ally on the top level. We were amazed. I was glad we didn't know about the bowling place before we got there because I don't think I'd have been able ...
... attended all-night gospel singings.
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So you get to Memphis and you get set up in the Graceland RV Park right next door to the whole shebang. Your campsite is on little roadways called Teddy Bear Lane...or Heartbreak Hotel Way...that sort of thing. Graceland is not in a very good neighbourhood, so there is plenty of security both at Graceland and at the RV Park. Before you even get there, you can see the impact this ...
... to be alone is at dinner. There are couples and families all sharing around the table and you are alone. Some restaurants don't even want solo travelers. Even though there is a spot open, they say they have no room, because they want to make more money. I learned to start chatting with the people at the table next to me. One couple told me they welcomed the conversation because they had been traveling just to two of them for a ...
... question! :)
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