Country Inn & Suites Eagan
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... watching! The most conducive place yet! On a summery afternoon spot in the middle of the week families and friends gather to spend summer fun together! What a city! They know how to live. As the eveningtide came upon us, I joined those circling the waters perimeter at a running pace! Juice joined me for a little sprinting in the beginning! They even had a lane for bikers! A whole crew of strollers, runners, and bikers. People atop blankets ...
... will swap cars there next week on their way home).
We continued on our journey which was fairly uneventful. Leah drove for a few hours as she is trying to complete her 50 hours of supervised driving prior to getting her License. Seth & Maddie also took turns driving, and both Tom & Linda spent some time at the wheel as well. Chloe, the only non-driver, helped our two cars communicate via texting and ...
... but we can’t find our paperwork to get past the first security check! However, we are so joyful, nothing about our trip or luggage or lack of papers seems to matter at this point. We are all a bit numb, wondering how real this experience with Deepak was, praying, hoping it was as life changing as it seemed. But it is crazy how that can happen one minute and the next minute you are back to the harsh reality of life – ...
... were the Black Hills of South Dakota to see the famous Mt Rushmore monument and the still in progress Crazy Horse monument. The Black Hills themselves made for wonderful scenery and it was cool to set eyes on George, Thomas, Theo and Abe. Both monuments, however, are a long way from anything that the standard tourist will generally be visiting, and it takes a fair bit of effort to get there for something you can take in in a moment. Both attractions ...
... a board).
Dandelions are also out like crazy. These little cotton balls float past us constantly, and there are some patches of grass that are covered so completely, the dandelion fluff looks like fake snow.
After our walk around the lake, Kristina drives us to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, which is enjoyed by both locals and tourists. We walk past a Minneapolis landmark, the sculpture of a gigantic spoon with an equally gigantic cherry balancing on top.