TownePlace Suites Minneapolis Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Our first day in Minneapolis started with the kids sleeping in. But not me. I woke up and went for a long jog on a trail along the mighty Mississippi river which was not far from our TownePlace Suites hotel in Downtown Minneapolis (Mpls). I have visited Mpls two previous times and I've always wanted to jog across the famous 1883 Stone Arch Bridge …
... and the handle of the garden trowel (used as a hammer).
When parking in a massive car park, parking where you can see the sky often makes it easier to find said car when returning but it does often mean you are as far away as possible from where you need to be. Cue a helpful older gentlemen recognising my struggles who offered to take one of the trollies. Only he headed in the wrong direction and couldn’t understand me (his fault, not ...
... My hat? My glasses? My FACE??? I whip off my hat, but that doesn’t change anything. It’s not attached to my glasses either. And any second now, it’s going to suck that thread right back into it’s butt and shoot up to land on my face. As I stand hunched over the trail, waving my hat with one hand, trying to break the spider’s thread, and holding my glasses away from my face in the other (which means I can’t ...
We had a big breakfast cooked by our host in Des Moines then I took a short solo drive to visit downtown Des Moines just to officially say I saw downtown. I was impressed by the massive gold-domed Iowa State Capitol Building. and the John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park (yes, that Pappajohn). It was a beautiful landscaped park with these large art sculptures all along the 2-3 block long ...
I leave in less than two days. I'm all packed and ready to go. During the first ten days of my trip, I’ll be in Paris. From there, I’ll take the train to Avallon and start my pilgrimage.
The route to Santiago de Compostela, also known at the Way of Saint James, was one of the most important pilgrimage routes of the Middle Ages, and it has been walked since the 11th century. I plan to walk the Way of Vezelay which begins ...