Americas Best Value Inn - Faribault
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Nick's side; and Liam fell in love with Alev. The adults were having adult fun, eating a wonderful dinner, sharing funny family stories, drinking beers, and of course shots of tequila and Polish vodka. The Polish vodka, which was chilled in the freezer, was excellent. It was nice seeing Diane and Brian so happy with their life, and enjoying being with their family and friends.
It was another great day on the lake, and we were happy we ended staying in for the ...
... Next stop, St Anthony Main and Stone Arch Bridge. We found a great parking spot, close to Tugg’s (where we were going to eat lunch) and the Stone Arch Bridge. Shannon and I swiped our debit cards into the meter and decided 2 hours would be enough time. Art climbed up, took down the single seat stroller, assembled it and then decided they should use the doublewide one so both Liam and Marina could sit. He climbed back up, puts away the single seat stroller, tosses down ...
... everyone else had lunch and then went down for a nap. I am told that I was out for about 3 hours...pretty rare for me. When I woke up, everyone was still asleep...I guess I'm not the only one that needed to catch up on some rest. By the time Brian got home from work, everyone was ready for another boat ride. Artie and Liam were so excited, it was just too cute. Artie even got onto a small raft with his cousin Nick and paddled around for a while. Little Artie thinks Nick ...
... We had passed the halfway point of our journey.
Day seven was a character builder. Sunny and hot for a long ride into Amarillo. Another challenge, a mild desert. We met the challenge...sweat soaked and exhausted. Our reward was a Limo ride to dinner at the Big Texan. Texas is big...nothing but wide open ranges and heat. Beer coolers in convenience stores were a welcome sight! Pouring water over our heads and downing gatorade and other fluids. Lisa had bought some kind of ...
... were made the next day!
You need to know that traveling out of the US is not something Lanny is crazy about doing. She's pretty much a "homebody;" preferring familiar foods, the English language, etc. to exotic foods, unknown languages, and uncomfortable "facilities" which I've been endured and enjoyed over the last several years. So, for her to agree to this ...