La Quinta Inn & Suites Brooklyn Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cantalope, peach slice, and blueberries, and two sausage links. Coffee and fresh orange juice. After breakfast, Hannah and I drove to Target to get a few items. Upon return, it was time to dress for lunch - the Dejuener en Blanc. How nice everyone looked! It was fun to see how uniquely everyone was dressed in their whites. Laura and Beth went around with surprise red items for us to choose - necklaces, feather boas, arm ...
Awake at 3:00
Plane left at 5:10
Arrived in Minneapolis at 8:00. Rhea started complaining about the lines here when we had to wait in customs ---- but she had yet to experience the "real" cues in Paris.
We took the very convenient train to The Mall of America. Rhea said it was better than Disneyland - What!!! Anyway she did get to ride on a scary rollercoaster and ...
... we had a little play on the playground. It was lots of fun! We snacked on lots of things like chips and cherries. We also had pink lemonade.
Up the hill from Hannah’s back yard is a family that has kids around Hannah and Noah’s age. They play with Hannah and Noah a lot and their family was part of the group that we would do lots of get-togethers with. Anyway, we had a party at their house and we made some dinner and ...
Tonight Stephen is writing again.The computer is being ornery, so uploading pictures will have to wit until the morning.
So, the first thing to note is that we stayed at a "motel". I haven't stayed at one in ages but they seem to be the accomodation of choice in the Wisconsin Dells. The city was both cheesy and touristy...but the kids loved it! The kids really enjoyed being in a motel and being able to sit on their little front porch and walk over to ...
... that is hard to explain. To be able to be free, learn new languages and submerge yourself in foreign cultures – it’s exhilarating!
I have already started selling things in order to be better prepared once it gets closer to departure time. Thus far, things that are gone: big screen, smaller tv in my room, book shelf and record player with stereo, stand and records. Still a few things left but not too ...