Super 8 Roseville MN
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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So fun story. I get to the airport about 350 to find out that the security gates do not open until 405. I never knew the security checkpoints closed at msp. I'll know for next time. The worst part about this is how long they take to get people through the screener but ...
The Walker Art Center is one of the Big Five. It is considered one of the five preeminent modern art museums, along side the Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim, and the Hirshorn. That is some seriously heavy-weight company. And after visiting the Walker Art Center, I think it most certainly belongs in the Big Five. It is ...
... as this is where they originated. Back home in time for a walk around the block with Daisy and then a couple of drinks in the back yard - it has been another beautifully warm day. Dinner was Ravioli and salad and then Linda and I finished off the Angel Food cake while making some Banana Bread that will be tomorrow's breakfast. Third night in a row that we have eaten at home - this could be a world record for ...
... The city is a lot smaller than the others we have visited so far. The next stop was The Historic Milling District. A lot of the old flour mills are left abandoned and one which has half crumpled down is made into a museum. I also saw a couple of woollen blanket factories and noticed that North Star Blankets factory has been reused as apartments. We saw boats going down the Mississippi River having to go through a Lock, we took some photos of that ...
... is to avoid leaving unwanted cars in their country. So this process takes a while, but they have a smooth system where everything can be done in two buildings with only two people. We ended up with a fancy sticker to put in our car that had a bar code on it. When we were stopped by police (which happened everyday), they did not want to see our Guatemalan paperwork of ownership. They wanted to see the Mexican paperwork. It was a clear system.