Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Roseville
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... up his tent when he realized we didn't bring stakes for it. We had to drive back into town and look for a hardware store. We finally found one but, it was closed. We asked at a nearby store and were directed to an outdoors store. We found the stakes and headed back. So far our wild animal count is ...
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... all the nice treats from the Wanvigs. In these last two days in Minneapolis, we have been planning our next stage of our trip: Peru. We know quite a lot of people from Peru or who have visited it recently who have been able to give us a lot of great insight on the country and especially about Lima. It seems it is becoming a vibrant city with lots of nice restaurants from ...
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