Americas Best Value Inn Burnsville / Minneapolis
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... the city I am used to hearing lots of traffic around. I walked down the road to the local shops and cafés and had my coffee at a place called Taraccino! Surprisingly it was pretty good! I then ran for the bus which was going to take me to downtown St Paul! It took just over an hour to get there... Apparently there's a quicker bus from downtown Minneapolis but I just decided to take this anyway and it was nice because we went through suburban areas and I got a little scenic route ...
After that I hoofed it across town to the other contemporary art museum that was going to be closed on Monday: the Weisman Art Museum on the campus of the University of Minnesota. The Weisman building was designed by Frank Gehry, who is a "starchitect" (which is to say, he’s a pretty big deal in architecture), and it’s a somewhat famous building. It’s pretty weird looking, but if you’re into Gehry it’s pretty cool (better ...
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... years and finally making a last two day stop in London to see my old tour guide and other friends who studied in Eau Claire.
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As with my other travel blog, I want to start off by saying how thankful I have been to have been blessed with such good ...
... the bike. Oooooh, I hope we can figure out how to get those handlebars back in their normal frontward positions again! Nile’s bike is large and just barely fit in the small box.I had more room, but still couldn’t bring much beyond the main bike items. In the end, we hauled our Ortlieb packs and the tent back with plans for finding a suitcase or duffel to include them as my second suitcase. We thanked Tom and arranged to pick up the boxes in the morning.