SpringHill Suites Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... mean for us :-D! A master bath was always a far off dream, we are beyond excited. Pics to come! As for Minneapolis, it was so worth the drive to see the look on Jackson's face when we got to the Mall of America--Nickelodeon Universe and Legoville, USA! I can proudly say that we got out of Lego world without spending thousands of dollars, though we easily could have between my two boys :). Jackson and Andrew rode a few roller coasters, ate at ...
... and then it calmed down to a mere rain storm with lightening and thunder. We definitely felt all the prayers for safe travel this evening. It was an E Ticket Ride back to the hotel. This was a great day, it was my Birthday too. Thank you for all the well wishes and Happy Birthdays! This is one birthday I will not forget! Tomorrow we leave early for the Official Start of the Race! READY SET GO!!!
... security again, and find her gate before her plane left in an hour. This is where we parted and I made my way pretty smoothly to my plane to Minneapolis, but Nadia continued her chaos as her plane got rescheduled to 15 minutes after we parted ways. I don't entirely know where Nadia got her super powers, but she managed to make her flight back to DC. Now we are both home, reuniting with the families, reconnecting with the internet (OMG ...
We leave middleton at about 11:30 AM on Monday, July 11th and drive to Minneapolis for our first flight of the trip. You can see exactly where we are at any time using the Live Flight Tracker!
ur plane leaves at 7:20 PM CT, and the flight is about 6 hours. (Icelandair flight FI ...
... let them get by with a small meal. Then we stopped off at the Build-A-Bear. The kids enjoyed the process of making the bears and dogs. Ryan made a wiener dog named Relish and Sean make a dalmatian named Lucas. Next we packed away the bears in the locker and went on rides. First up was the Ferris wheel. Ryan was a little worried at first but did great. After that we went on the Diego Bus ride and all kids got on with ...