Boarders Inn And Suites By Cobblestone Faribault
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On the list for today: Mall of America, Twin Cities Train Museum, and Fort Snelling. Accomplished? Well, not really....but what we did accomplish....naps, rest, first time fishing for Liam, boat ride for the boys, and a BBQ with Diane's friends and family.
When we woke up Sunday morning, we discussed all the things left on the list to see. After Shannon's run we were going to get going. Well, you see, it started to thunderstorm, and there went the plans ...
... and time outs for the boys. LOL.
Brian decided Lake Calhoun would be a great place for the "Family Bike Ride". Nice trails and beautiful scenery. Good choice. I watched with amusement as bikes were unloaded, the bike trailer and kids, helmet put on Artie, Marina and Liam strapped into the trailer. Water-check, snacks-check. We hit the trail.
Artie has a new bike, Art kept the training wheels on because the trails are busy and Artie is still kind of a ...
... 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 ...
... and Kingman. Lunched at Mr. D'z in Kingman...an old style cafe...must have been the original airconditioning! Quaint, functional and kitschy. An excursion to the London Bridge in terribly kitschy Lake Havasu City...an imported bridge pieced back together as a draw to sell houses, adjacent to a paddle boat and a London phone booth??...In the absolute middle of nowhere or as close to hell as I have yet to be?! A magnificent ride..stark but beautiful. You had to close your eyes and think back ...
... 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 ...