TownePlace Suites Minneapolis Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
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... all his records and awards. It’s interesting that he won his 3 Grammys for gospel songs...where his musical roots were... The first Grammy was in 1967 and was won for Best Sacred Performance, for his recording of “How Great Thou Art.” The only other competitive Grammys he won were in 1972, for Best Inspirational Performance - “He Touched Me” and in 1974, for Best Inspirational Performance—Non-Classical “How Great Thou Art”. ...
1100hrs MSP : We made it thru security at MSP, so the first hurdle was cleared. Now the 2 hour wait for boarding the Newark flight is almost done. We had some concern that we would have to alter our Narrowboat route due to a lock closure on the Avon River, but it had been listed with the wrong start date. After a call to the River Trust, we were told the closure won't start until Nov. 2014, not 2013. Plan B doesn't have to ...
Well I made it back. Safe and sound, with a few delays here and there, and traveling for about 28 hours. I have to say, I'm proud to be an American. I planned to ease my way back in to American food, and I went from 0 to 60 in one meal. I had pizza and donuts in the same meal, and I never did that even when I was hungry at college. Then it was the plane rides… the many hours of sitting in a cramped seat trying to fall asleep, ...
My parents brought me to the airport this morning, got me checked in and my bags all set, then they sent me through security and I was off! I got on my first plane all by myself to Boston, MA, and boy was I nervous! I kept checking over all of my ticket information and boarding passes, and of course I kept envisioning all the things that could go wrong. Thankfully, I made it through to Boston and had a pretty quiet layover. Amsterdam here I come!
... a pint for the tour, we learned all about their history and methods, from sourcing apples locally to the brewing process. Of course, they have flights to sample the goods. My favorite was the apple stout. Amazing. Definitely worth a visit!
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