Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Cottage Grove
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Today we got to sleep in!! Yay!! Started the day with a tour around the area. It is beautiful. Some of the houses are just gorgeous. We were shown St. Paul's Cathedral, the statue garden, and much more. But then, the important part of the day, Shopping at the Mall of America!!!!! We were given 4 hours to shop! Would we have enough time. Well by the end of it, maybe it was too much time. Very productive though. I needed a little nap when we got back to prepare for our ...
... move the iPads out of the way to see each other. That is so crazy, expensive and awesome. We got to save the battery on our iPad and just use theirs. While deciding where to eat for an early lunch we ran into Shannon again, turns out their next gate was... G1, right beside us lol. Don't know why we didn't discuss this earlier, oh we'll, was a very nice surprise. So we got to hang out with them a little more. Now we just got on the plane and are off to Atlanta. Talk to you ...
... American universities such as epic frat parties (real), incredibly high tuition fees (real… but not for smart people), secret frat organizations (probably real) and frats choosing their membership based on appearance (such as a sorority full of hot blondes… real (awesome?)).
Before leaving Minneapolis we went for one last run around the lakes and hugged it out with Hayley before she went on to her illustrious career as a graduate student. Thanks Hayley!
... have to review the past 9 1/2 years but we reminisced at length about their wedding in 2003. We looked thru the wedding album and saw ourselves beaming off the pages.
The whole gang escorted us back to the hotel where we expired in a comfortable, silent room and slept for a glorious 10 hours.
Surprisingly decent "free" brekky managed to force down a modest repast of berries muesli and yoghurt followed by my beloved biscuits and sausage ...
... during the weekend. We were learning a hauntingly beautiful piece for Memorial Day, so Nile helped Marina coach the voices and everybody concentrated as they learned their parts. It all paid off, as we roused the Sunday service with "Oh, Happy Day" and then “My Jesus” and the arrangement of “In Flanders Fields” for the Memorial Day ceremony was particularly moving.
We had done an initial packing of our clothes and bike bags on Friday, so ...