Country Inn & Suites By Carlson - Chanhassen
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Country Inn & Suites By Carlson - Chanhassen
Travel Blogs from Chanhassen
Today we left Chicago and spent the day in the bus. Thank goodness Todd had som DVDs for us to watch which killed the time. We were all excited because we were going to WALMART! For a short stop. But we're very disappointed when there were no photo opportunities there. bugger. ...
... I sent the distributor back to the manufacturer and had them install heavier springs to delay the onset of advance until the rpm came up to about 1000-1200 and then reach full advance or 24 degrees at about 2400 rpm. The distributor should be changed to decrease the total advance to about 20 degrees allowing me about 4 more degrees of advance at idle and this would give me a better idle. Knowing the distributor was set ...
... I roll in to the Super 8 hotel in St Paul that I had a reservation for (thanks Tara for being my Garcia and looking up the hotel) and find out from the woman at the front desk that it was great that I had a reservation but the reservation did not guarantee a room. It just guaranteed that I got one if I got there before everyone else did. At this point you should be thinking what I was thinking, the whole point of a ...
... s probably the cause of the flashing." He explains how floaters are caused by the "vitreous gel" in the middle of the eye kind of gumming up and pulling away from back wall of the eye. When the gel rubs on or tugs the retina, you get flashing lights.
"What causes the floaters?" I ask, wanting an underlying reason for this sudden disruption in my life.
"Middle age. It should go away by itself in a few weeks. Call me if it doesn't." He hands me a flyer appropriately ...
... were often one rock sitting atop another, or sometimes just a single large stone. The trail on the Presidentials was 6,000 feet up. The highest point we hit was about 1,000. And Jan did it with a bad knee!
Backpack: Gregory Deva 70. Since this was my first backpacking trip, I don’t have anything to compare it to, but the Deva was pretty comfortable for a torture device. I thought the hip belt pockets could ...