BEST WESTERN Regency Plaza Hotel - St. Paul East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... apparently one for each day of the week. I had set off with a year's worth of books, returned with twice as many. My ratio of clothes taken to worn was a good 7:1 as I found t-shirts I forgot I even owned. I hope they're mine anyway. What if I'm a sleepwalking kleptomaniac?
Now where was I? Oh right, busy getting comfortable in MN and delaying my departure for reasons I don't yet understand. Quick, does anyone need me to defrost a freezer?
... a very, very hot Wednesday afternoon, so after book club, Hannah, Noah, Mrs. Shields and I all went to an ice-cream shop called Licks! I got cookies and cream ice cream which was delicious!
For dinner, we went to one of my dad’s friend’s house which was really nice for my dad to catch up with one of his old friends! His name is Kirby and he, his wife and three kids live in a gigantic house! We ate dinner late, having it at ...
... Laos, Cambodian, Vietnamese, Thai, and east Africans - Somalis. I hit the ground running. I want to head to the famous international market in Saint Paul for some interesting dining fare. Only 1 hr away on local bus and for $1.75 - it's not a bad deal to see life here in the Twin Cities. Stretching from Nicollet Mall to University Avenue. This bus ride passes through Mall of America Field, home of the Minnesota Vikings, then University of Minnesota - one of ...
... we grabbed Pei Wei and were on our way to my house, Santa hat included! My family was expecting him to be coming over because he was picking up essentials I needed and other little Christmas gifts to bring to Africa. It was a fool proof plan.
So we pulled up in the cal-de-sac and parked conveniently on the other side of the circle where my parents couldn't see the vehicle from our windows (side note for later: yes, this was ...
... of what the man was doing without peeking up at him. I wanted to run, but that wasn’t a safe response either. I kept my pace steady and acted as if I hadn’t heard a thing. I didn’t breathe easier until I was a block away and had made sure he was not following me.
It was my second full day in Tecolutla, Veracruz, Mexico.
What the heck was I doing in a little town in Mexico in the middle of June?