Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Bloomington/Minneapolis
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Sam - LA, all the stuff there was to do and she likes CA
2. What was the best MEAL?
D - Mexican in ABQ, enchiladas
M - Mexican, fish tacos
J - Mexican, salmon with mango salsa
N - outside lunch on Venice Beach, steak sandwich
S - ABQ Arby's, Reuben (her 1st one)
3. What was the best hotel?
D - Embassy Suites, Flagstaff (outdoor pool/hot tub, hot bkfst, good clean feel)
(all the ...
... a seat on the way home. What a treat ! we almost had the store to ourselves.
The W's picked us up at 1130 and we were taken on a marvellous sightseeing tour of the Twin Cities, rich folks' homes at the lake front on Lake of Isles Drive, the State Capitol, the Mississippi (now seen top AND bottom ends) Scott was so knowledgeable and provided great commentary. Stopped for lunch at one of their favorite restaurants. It was packed so we ended up having to ...
... Mmmmm...breakfast and a hot dog!" Hahaha.
After a rather lengthy stop we were back on the road. The whole trip was uneventful except for the extreme heat every time we stopped for gas or a rest stop. The car thermometer read "104," which was our car's personal record!
We arrived in Minneapolis/Bloomington around 6:00 (CT), and after checking in at the Fairfield, we headed to Culver's for our traditional first day stop. Since we had ...
... seeps in.
Spray splashes over me, soaking my pants. “I can do this for forty minutes,” I tell myself, keeping my eyes on the horizon.
The exhaust from the boat has a nasty odor. The wind is biting through my clothing. I am supremely uncomfortable. “I can do this for twenty minutes.”
We pass a buoy I remember from the trip out. And the island in the Grand Portage harbor. “I can do this for ten more ...
... decided to go sun himself on the other side of the hill :D Seemed like we'd only been at the "steep-hill-with-a-water-tank-on-top" for only a few weeny minutes, yes, it was time to go…..ohhhhh, we'll come back another day.
Grandma was on dinner that night, and I helped her. Dinner was meat loaf and salad. Grandma put the meat loaf in the oven, and we made the salad. Grandma asked me, "So what do you put in your salads" and I ...