Nicollet Island Inn
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... mission complete until I was told those were not my headlights only the parking lights (I was doing the test in the hire car and I didn’t even know where the lights were at first!).
While sitting waiting for the instructor, I saw the two previous people crash into the poles which are set up to practice reversing into a bay. I need not worry. Driving my rented SUV, the test itself took place on a track and not real roads. Slightly ironic that I could drive there and drive ...
... storm continued all night with huge forks and sheets of lightning and we got another great view on high.
Our last morning in Chicago saw us getting up pretty early to take the bikes out for one last 30 minute spin then we walked to Whole Foods for train snacks, Ann Sather for cinnamon buns for later, and a great coffee shop called Revival. The coffees were, along with our Vancouver roasters, the most original and unique we’ve tasted so far, a honey beaver hot ...
Ok, I’m sorry this blog was a little late but it’s going to be a very long one. The next few paragraphs will tell you about some things that I did during the second week in Minnesota.
Our final day at Kendall and Hunter’s house started off with a caramel bunt cake thingy, bacon and fruit. It was such a delicious breakfast! We packed up our enormously large suitcases and said our good byes to our hosts. Buddy (their ...
... They have a skywalk that goes all across the twin cities. Minneapolis is also known for their brews and Jordan and I tried a couple. My favorite was called Grain Belt-Nordeast. When we were at the bar at the hotel the man next to us started talking to us and we found out that he was an Alabama fan and he gave us food and bought us a few beers and we talked until midnight. It was a pretty fun ...
... it's Wednesday"
I'm not complaining here, but it is a tremendous burden to have wonderful friends who love love love food yet remain so much smaller than me. What the hell, people?!
Many of you smalls have treated me to tasty dine-out experiences across the Twin Cities. I'm grateful. On the road, restaurants were an indulgence ...