Holiday Inn Minneapolis Arpt SE - Mall Area
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Unbelievable. That is the only word that I can come up with right now! I just received an email from
the Global Connections office here at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, confirming that I will be studying abroad in China in February! This blog will allow me to keep contact with my family, friends, professors and fellow travelers as I travel this country of 1.35 billion people. Even though I do not leave for another ...
Normally we are running late to the airport. Like when we were going to Paris, we almost missed the plane, no seriously. They were paging us like crazy and we had to sprint to the gate.
Today though, we were on time but of course, the plane delayed. Why is it that when you're running late, the plane is early but when you're running on time, the plane is late? Go figure!!!!
From Minneapolis, we will fly to Chicago, then to Miami and after a 4 ...
... a few downpours in Wisconsin, we made it to our hotel in Eagan, Minnesota, at 6:00 p.m. CT on the nose, the exact time we had been shooting for! (Trip time: 11:15.) We were excited to see Jared again, who had flown from Seattle after traveling for 4 weeks with his friends all around the west. He had taken the hotel shuttle from the airport and had arrived a few hours ahead of us. It was great having the whole ...
... gotten even worse. I'm imagining the most terrible possibilities: bowel obstruction, pelvic inflammatory disease, cancer, my trip cancelled. I agonize over whether to call the doctor--I only have a few days to get whatever it is resolved. Then, a silver lining: a bloody spot in my underwear. Apparently, my body has gone to great lengths to start my period early so I don't have to be messing with it on the island. Thank you, body. Now if you could just stop the back pain....
This is one of the major attractions at Mall of America. Entry pass for an adult works upto 22 dollars.
Here guests travel through a 300-foot-long (91 m) curved tunnel through 14 feet (4.3 m) of water to view over 4,500 sea creatures including sharks, turtles, stingrays, and many more.
Its amusing to watch some of the rare species. Though I would not say a complete value for money..good for a one time visit.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility