Country Inn & Suites Eagan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... then the quick dash to gulp down a heap of water... Boy oh boy does ginger burn your throat!!! I enjoyed being in a whole foods store again- just love it in there! The air conditioning was a bonus as well! I bought a couple of boxes of my favorite protein and energy bars and then headed across the road to catch the bus over the Hennepin Bridge to walk back to my B&B! I got into my room and ate my carrot cupcake from whole foods... Oh it was so yummy! Shortly after I changed ...
... the rest upstairs - with the best views. As we waited we were right beside the Chicago river with lots of tourist boats going up and down. Away about 30mins late. Lots of swamps and lakes along the way, and the train blows its horn at every crossing - and there were lots. Some of the journey was along side the Mississippi river, which we could only see as reflections of light ...
... into and look around. I skipped the box (I couldn’t find it for one thing…), not so much because the glass box has a glass floor so you can look straight down, but because all the glass is yellow – the idea of everything looking yellow made me queazy!
So of course on Monday I retraced my steps from Sunday, but this time with my camera (I didn’t think they’d let me take it in the museums on Sunday). It was cloudy and ...
... 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 ...
... for sale. We thought at the least he could tell us someone who would buy our car.
It turned out he also had a shuttle service and a shipping service to Central America. He called a man to get the price to pay someone to drive down to Guatemala. He did the math and realized it could be a profit to him. We exchanged some cash, singed some informal papers, and walked away with out our car. It was all happening so quickly, it was the end of ...