Embassy Suites Bloomington
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... It covers 96 acres with over 12,500 parking spaces. We had lunch at Nordstroms.
Our United flight to Denver in route to Portland was delayed due to weather so we were rebooked on a Delta flight at 10:00 pm that went directly to ...
... Andy awake for as long as possible. As ever, our answer is to go for a swim. We are staying at a hotel with access to a local gym. The pool is impressive but very, very deep (the shallow end is 5 ft). Of course this proves irresistible to Ethan who makes it a life priority to touch the bottom of the deep end (over 8 ft). After about 30 mins of this, he looks exhausted and I start to ...
... customs that we have a car, and then that is it. This was done in the country you were leaving and the country you were entering. Usually it was an hour on each side.
Costa Rica and Panama were much more complicated with the need to visit at least 7 different windows to collect papers, signatures, and pay fees. This would take about 2 hours on each side of the border.
To cross into Mexico with a car you have to pay a $200 deposit. ...
... world events (except for a passing fantasy about some 9/11 anniversary disaster leaving us stranded on the island). My world was very small and circumscribed and somehow it allowed me to get quiet in a way my normal life makes difficult. I will miss that.
Eventually I get moving, and the first thing I do after dressing is take a walk. I’ve been walking for so many days, it feels weird to sit still. When I get back to the shelter, Julie has her pack out on ...
... hour drive but we will maybe do about 6 to 7 the first day. Oh forgot too add in my post about Mall of America (this is for you Robert) we saw the famous mall cops patting a few people down and then escorting them from the mall (just like on tv) I asked one if I could a picture of me and him and he replied he a little busy right ...
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