Super 8 Monticello
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... long before we started a game of hide and seek all around the playground. Carson was it for most of the game, but I got it a few times. We eventually got hot, sweaty and tired of playing hide and seek. We each grabbed some lemonade to cool off, and when the lemonade was gone, we had a water fight! I splashed Adele so she splashed me, and I got soaking wet! It didn’t take long before all of our plastic cups were broken so we had to stop. After ...
... Where: Tangará da Serra, Mato Grosso. It's a town of about 100,000 people, and is only 35 or so years old. Not many Brazilians could even point out Tangará on a map, but I find it very charming. It's known as being a safer city, and a great place to grow up. There are over 12 schools, a shopping mall, lots of grocery stores, tons of little stores, and it's only about 30 minutes away from many ...
... biggest time suckers have to be getting your paperwork from the school you're gonna be working at, and then getting everything else in order and applying for your visa.
What seems like a harmless little health questionnaire for the visa is in fact an insidious and mislabeled hell-form. Ok, it's not that bad, but with all the things you need to get checked and to get your vaccines up to date takes a couple appointments ...
... and informative day. On the way back to Illinois we stopped off at Fulton, IL where they have a full working Windmill along the Mississippi.
We continued on up to Minnesota and we were either at Russ’ mom’s home in Monticello or at his brother’s house on Lake Shamineau in Motley, MN or at his sister’s place in St. Paul. In fact, we went scuba diving amongst the weeds and fishes in Ted’s lake just to get ...
... and its surf.
Anyway, we left behind the racks upon racks of fishing gear and went up to the mezzanine floor edging closer for lunch at the cafe upstairs. We herded the kids away from the stuffed toys…. "yes their so cute and no, you can't have one". The toy cars with boat trailers plus the shooting gallery were also distractions from ordering lunch. I observed how the entire cafe was like stepping into a men's domain with ...