Hampton Inn Minneapolis-St. Paul North
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Today was our first day of driving. We left St. Paul around 8:30am. We drove up to Fargo into ND. Our drive was the same thing. Fields, oil digging sites, dark clouds, and ducks. We passed over the Canadian border around dinner time. We are at a campground in Wayburn. Maeve and Molly are sleeping in the car while Brad is in a ...
... for some indoor slides and water fun. It was the typical loud bacteria infested Petri dish. It was ADD sensory overload. We did make it on a fun slide with a giant bowl. Not thrilling but fun. We stayed a couple of hours and headed off to Minnesota.
We hardly made it out of the lot before the kids started bickering AGAIN. WTF! I went bizerk. It was the complaining and the kids picking at each that threw me over. Yes ...
... to work with back in Australia called Pratima had messaged me a day earlier saying she lived in Minnesota now! So she kindly picked me up and drove me back to her house in white bear lake. We had Mexican for dinner and she made a traditional Nepalese dessert for after! It was so nice to catch up with a friend here and of all the places- Minnesota! She dropped me back to my B&B around 9.30pm and then I changed clothes yet again and went on a ...
... move the iPads out of the way to see each other. That is so crazy, expensive and awesome. We got to save the battery on our iPad and just use theirs. While deciding where to eat for an early lunch we ran into Shannon again, turns out their next gate was... G1, right beside us lol. Don't know why we didn't discuss this earlier, oh we'll, was a very nice surprise. So we got to hang out with them a little more. Now we just got on the plane and are off to Atlanta. Talk to you ...
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