Riverwood Inn and Conference Center
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"Hear a roaring and a rushing,
Hear the Falls of Minnehaha
Calling to me from a distance!"
What can I say?
... many events happening around town including a Polish Festival and an Italian Festival. We headed back to our hotel for a little rest before packing for our trip home tomorrow. After a little break at the hotel we set out on foot for dinner. We crossed the Mississippi River by bridge and found a great wood fire pizza place called Punch. The pizza was terrific. We walked back across the river and then along the river to the Mill Museum area. ...
Go ahead sing along with me...good day sunshine, I like to laugh (ok to be honest, who can remember the rest)....
In the morning we headed off to that great Club (I managed 45 minutes of deep water aerobics in the pool)...I sure need more of that after all we have been eating while here. All good, of course, but nonetheless it must be stopped and soon!
We are so excited to see the sun after three ...
... in a downtown park, then headed over to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, home of the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture. There are over 25 sculptures, plus a large greenhouse garden.
We then headed toward the Mississippi River to see the Stone Arch Bridge and one of the dams on the river. It's located in the old mill area which they are rehab-ing into condos, etc.
... beginning to get out of control and that things needed to be slowed down. However, that advice went unheeded. He was also the second President (Coolidge being the first) to be sworn in by Chief Justice/Former President William H. Taft. All in all it was quite an interesting Presidential Library. He and his wife are buried on the Library grounds. We also went over to the National Park which is the homestead of where he was born. It was quite ...