Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Shakopee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Shakopee
... friends. This trip is more about connecting to people as opposed to seeing the sites like, for example Mall of America which was so very close to us. Good thing I'm not a mall person - now Amelia on the other hand, lets just say I was thankful she was napping and didn't notice the signs to this mega mall or I would have never lived this down if I passed and did not stop. ...
... train ride I got chatting to some men who were in their mid-50's and they were super friendly! One of them said that I was lucky I didn't get mugged or stabbed in Chicago. That was kind of scary to hear that... And I'm glad I heard it then instead of when I was there in Chicago!! I got off at what I thought was Target and then back on the train I went and decided to get off at the Nicollet mall station and see what shops were there... Oh yep, I was wrong AGAIN!!! Nicollet mall is ...
... walking/biking/running trails along the river, which is nice. I think I probably ended up walking at least 8 miles on Sunday. It was fun, but I was ruined! My feet ached – I don’t think they ever ached after a marathon, so that’s saying something (it’s probably saying I need new shoes).
However, before I got back to the hotel I found the Guthrie Theater – a much-awarded regional theater based in Minneapolis. The ...
... up and ready but there's not much to ready when you're about sit for the next 20 some hours. I finished last minute packing, loaded the car and we were on the way. It was really sweet to have Neel and Anika want to come to the airport, but tricky when it came to the goodbyes. Last summer it was the three of us just gooning around every day so this is going to be a change for us all.
Now to ...
... if the US had converted to the metric system while we had been away. But after 100 miles, when we were just reaching the outskirts of Tucson, the signs doubled up – some measuring in kilometers and others in miles. Then when we entered Tucson, it switched to all in miles. We were in the US for sure. The next two weeks consisted of getting insurance for the Monja for the time while she was in the states, trying to sell her, and spending ...