La Quinta Inn St. Paul
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... to attend a winter carnival. Unless you're an ice sculpture.
First, there were the Jousting Knights. One with his lance raised in the air, the other forcefully lowering it for attack. As the sun and warmth did their part, guess which one fell? Yes, the unprepared one. As we walked through the sculpture area, the meltdown was ...
... d pre-loaded the suitcases into the car, so Shelley had to take them out and put Karly’s toiletries in.
We left on schedule(5:28) and arrived at 5:45 and on checking in were told that the flight was delayed from 7:20 until (expected) 10:45.
So we are sitting in the Humphrey terminal. Karly is finally sleeping!
I worked on catching up only ...
I booked the rest of our train and bus transportation.
We are almost ready to go. We still need to find out about the place we are staying in Madrid. We will buy tickets for the bus to Moron de la Frontera when we get to Seville.
Now we have to think about what to pack.
Here we are waiting to get on our flight over the ocean to Rome. Ken did get packed (this morning) and only forgot one prescription medication). IWe used Uber to the airport and the poor driver had a terrible time trying ti fit all of our luggage into his Town Car.
If you are wondering the new Terminal 4 sky cub at JFK is lovely ...
... all of our refrigerated stuff in the refrigerator at the apartment, about 30 miles away. We returned to get it and luckily were able to get back into the apartment to retrieve our cold cuts, mayo and beer.
The lost hour behind us, we headed west toward St. Paul, stopping at a park in Wisconsin Dells (or as we called it, Gatlinburg Midwest) for a picnic lunch.
We had ...