W Minneapolis - The Foshay
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Viaje de negocios a Minneapolis por negocios. Nos quedamos en un hotel en el edificio llamado "The Foshay". Era idea y propiedad de un tal Foshay multimillionario hasta la gran depresion de 1929 cuando acabo en la carcel por fraude. En las fotos se observan las vistas desde el WC. Inspiracion absoluta. nos dimos un paseo hasta el Mississippi y una …
... local parks, pools and local lakes.
So Minneapolis – what’s it like? It’s oddly ordinarily. And there is nothing wrong with that. When walking down streets it can almost feel like home, there is no over the top ‘Americanisms’ but like John Snow they love to tell tales of winter.
The house, the neighbourhood, and lakes are all beautiful.
Work is going well, a few long hours here and there but its ...
... for the afternoon. We saw a memorial tribute to Thomas Burnett Jr., Minneapolis resident, who led a revolt to breakthrough the cockpit door and take back the plane on flight 93 on 9/11.
The girls found a pink VW Bug and Ryder found Bubba Gumps “shoes” to try on. By 5:00 we were all exhausted. We went back to the campground so the kids could get burn some energy playing and we could do some laundry. On our way back from ...
... br> We finally got on the road about 4pm but only after stopping at Jethro's BBQ for some food to go at the "Food Network-made-famous" eatery in Des Moines.
Our trip through northern Iowa and southern Minnesota was smooth and the day was sun filled. I enjoy driving through a part of the country I've never seen before - the journey through the unknown keeps me stimulated, but a ...
... of the women she was working with in Kenya, I had a visceral reaction. I needed to come here. They looked just like me, were mothers just like me, and yet we lived very different lives. I grew up Black on the south side of Chicago; working class, single mom, and I still struggle with recognizing my privilege.
I keep hearing this experience will change my life...let's get ...