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 ...
... 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 ...
... but it's an ordeal to be on a bus that long so I need to be prepared and rested etc.
I had a little mishap with the safety locker in my hotelroom here in Minneapolis, today I'll hand in my stuff at the reception (the safety won't open, until it wants to be open....real "funny" locker). The hotel called a repairman yesterday, but he never showed, and hours later the lock opened, so, won't trust that one today.
... that I will be ready for those moments as they come. I am trying to prepare myself for one of the most memorable moments that I will probably ever experience, but that seems just about as hard as it sounds. There are no words for what I am about to experience in the next three years and only those who have served will ever understand and relate. I will try to keep my blog true to the feelings and reactions of my environment in order to keep a sense of honesty ...
... a (very) small "bar" around using 14 pedal-powered seats and one "driver" to go no more than 5 mph around the city, stopping at actual (non-bike-powered) bars along the way. Needless to say, 14 people + biking + a mini-keg + the street of Minneapolis was a pretty hilarious site. After recovering at a delicious dinner at Lucia's in Uptown, we went to bed early so we could get up for an early drive to the Badlands in South Dakota.