Days Inn Bloomington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... mean for us :-D! A master bath was always a far off dream, we are beyond excited. Pics to come! As for Minneapolis, it was so worth the drive to see the look on Jackson's face when we got to the Mall of America--Nickelodeon Universe and Legoville, USA! I can proudly say that we got out of Lego world without spending thousands of dollars, though we easily could have between my two boys :). Jackson and Andrew rode a few roller coasters, ate at ...
... a record as to the path we took and the things we saw along the way. I knew that if we did not journal along the way, and do the journaling daily, many of the details of our trip would be missed or soon forgotten. We tend to get lazy on trips and forget to take pictures...being committed to complete a blog of the daily events every other day forced us to take lots of pictures on the day it was our turn to blog. The ...
Sunday afternoon Lexy picked me up and we headed into the cities to see the Holidazzle Parade which was described to me as a lighted parade. I don't think we have anything similar in Australia but it is basically floats and people dressed in outfits that seem to be outlined in lights so when you take photos it almost looks like they are floating.
The weather got down to -1.5 degrees and I was frozen by the time we got back to the ...
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- Togo < /ul>With the basic research that I have done on all of the countries I have narrowed it down to three which I would be happy to be sent to; Benin, Equatorial Guinea, and Senegal with Equatorial ...
... let them get by with a small meal. Then we stopped off at the Build-A-Bear. The kids enjoyed the process of making the bears and dogs. Ryan made a wiener dog named Relish and Sean make a dalmatian named Lucas. Next we packed away the bears in the locker and went on rides. First up was the Ferris wheel. Ryan was a little worried at first but did great. After that we went on the Diego Bus ride and all kids got on with ...