- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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... had to offer. Totally self supported. So I have planned a two week adventure to see the sites on a tricycle. That's right, I said tricycle! It is not like the one that I probably rode as a child but, more like a recliner on three wheels. It is called it a tad-pole trike meaning, that it has two wheels in the front and one in the rear. Her name is Inky. I'm sure you will learn more about the both of us as we take these trips together. I will be ...
... It's like Greek mythology with "winter is fun" the only discernible lesson; I'm hopelessly confused. But you'll find ice sculptures, an ice bar with Summit Winter Ale, and a parade (among other activities). On the first Saturday, we also found a 40-degree sunny day. Teehee. In Minnesota, in January.
On the surface, this seems like the ...
... having him snuggle me!
Later he nuzzled in to my head!
I re-set my alarm to 4:45 but got up at 4:35 anyway…lat minute check on the MacBook and dragged some t-shirts out as I hadn’t though of pj material! I took those down and slipped them into the front panel of my suitcase.
Karly hadn’t slept all night and was almost packed. ...
... Back to Fred's, picking up some Italian take-out, watch a bit of TV and visit before this old lady decided she needed to head back to the hotel. I'm pretty packed and trying not to be nervous about waking up so early!
P.S. We had a very easy trip back to TX, despite no sleep with an early start...AND I weighed in 1.8 down from last month, lost my trip gain! Hurrah! Perfect end to anniversary/holiday week.
... Vice President Humphrey was a champion for civil rights and many of his quotes seem to resonate with me and my upcoming year of service. Humphrey said, “The moral test of Government is how that Government treats those who are in the dawn of life, children: those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick and needy, the handicapped.” Government may not be my ...