SpringHill Suites Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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So much dirty laundry. (6 states later) We So our first stop is a laundromat. We got there around 12:10 and just missed $1 washes. Boo. But now that we have clean clothes it's time to go shopping! Basil was the excited one here.. for serious. The mall of America was intense... water parks, roller coasters, indoor zip lining, concerts, aquariums.... SO MUCH STIMULUS sensory overload. I think we spent about 3 hours there .. and only ...
... do all this i don't know, but i am gonna take off and see what happens
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... I have already been legally cleared, the only step left is the medical clearance, including dental, and then placement!
UPDATE: I was officially medically and dentally cleared as of September 27, 2011!!! Getting cleared was such a huge accomplishment and sense of relief I feel that it is all downhill from here, as far as the administrative side of getting to my site. Of course there will be times while serving that I am feeling tested, pushed, and overwhelmed but ...
... get pictures of the giant Lego creations above the store. There several 10-15 tall scenes and one large 3 story transformer. Pretty amazing stuff. Next up we went to the Rain Forest Cafe. We had reservations, which made the line short but the food took a long time to arrive. After dinner and desert we caught the shuttle back to the hotel. We were at the mall from when they opened until an hour after they closed. The ...
... like this for the first time.
The reporters were giving detailed accounts and mixing in footage from across the city. The Twins MLB game being played downtown was inevitably put on hold. The crowd in the stadium's stands had searched out hiding places from the now falling golf ball-sized hail (some the size of a baseball had fallen elsewhere). Even the players sheltered in the dugouts were getting attacked by bouncing hail off the ground. Some tried ...