Metro Inn Motel
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I'm eating, and in a bid to not to wolf it down like RB eating a banana, I’ll type at the same time. For the record it’s not pizza, but my very own creation 'The Nacho Burger’... Seating remains limited to the two blue camping chairs, which sit in front of the TV, which sits in the corner on top of the box it came in. The shipment of goods has arrived in the US and is due to be delivered 5th October, just in time for Annie to help with the lifting.
... back out into the heat to pick up bikes again and cycle back to our local bike station, drop into the local hairdressers (I say local, but she was from Croatia), for a much needed sheering. Just as we thought all the excitement was over for the day, an incredibly loud clap of thunder exploded overhead accompanied by an instantaneous flash of lightning. Fortunately we were able to reach the shelter of the drive in reception area of our apartment just ahead of some very ...
Away from the crowds, on our last day in Minneapolis, we drove around the lakes in the city (Minnesota is The Land of 10,000 Lakes after all) after brunch out at a restaurant called Betty Dangers. It is a restaurant that is part of a chain of places owned by a lady who has come up with a family to base each place on - for example, 'Betty' has always wanted to be popular, but is a social outcast, so she created a country club. There are another ...
... transistorized pacemaker. From there we checked into our hotel (the downtown Hilton where we received a great deal -$99 a night) and then headed to the Midtown Global Market. Jordan was very unsure of the market because it wasn't in the best area but when we went in he was awed. It contained tons of different authentic food stalls from all over the world. I believe a lot of them were food ...
... names emblazoned on the upper left. These places are so important to every community; it's easy to overlook the work that goes in to running them. I know the owners and they know me; gratitude is hard to express, but I'll start with several visits each time I'm in town.
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