Waconia Inn & Suites - Waconia / Minneapolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So I am officially packed up (.f.i.n.a.l.l.y..) and the fact that I am leaving is actually starting to dawn on me! I am so excited and I can hardly wait to be dumped off with all my stuff and meet 29 new people!
Mom and I are leaving ...
... killed each other.. yet! ;) We stopped at a podunk little town (whose name we've apparently already forgot) off interstate 90 to get gas. We met a fabulously cute (older) couple (also from Ohio, Mansfield to be exact) at the gas station.The two were mounted on a tandem bicycle. Their journey began in Washington, traveling south to San Fran and are now heading east across the US, ending in Nova ...
... enjoy about life on the road.
Later that night, we headed to the town centre and “First and 7th street entry” the venue famously used by the artist formally known as Prince in the film Purple Rain. As we approached the venue, the street was heaving with people. The show was guaranteed to be packed we thought, until it became clear that the hoards of people were actually heading towards the Minnesota Twins baseball stadium that loomed large over our venue. ...
... and in France no less!)Right now I am busy doing research about possible weekend destinations and packing lightly (for 4 months). I am also reviewing the French I have learned so far in order to hopefully do well on the initial French placement test.
Have you visited Europe? Do you have any travel tips or suggestions about French destinations? Please leave them in the comments! Thanks!
... across the river.
From the Guthrie, we went down to the river to look at the ruins of the mill, then crossed the stone arch bridge to the other side of the river. We tried to walk along the river to the University, but it slowly became apparent that we were stuck in a dead-end "derelict train land" rather than a route to the campus. We had to retrace our steps somewhat then climbed up to the town. We had lunch at a ...