Days Inn Bloomington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... there. "In transit" turns out to be what you write in that situation, good to know. After that problem was settled she became a lot nicer and we went on our way. We got our last Tims for two months and then sat down with friends. Yes, turns out Shannon and Tracy were on our same flight and sitting in the seats in front of us! That was so nice to see friendly faces at the start of this trip. Tracy was so kind as to pack us this goodie bag of candy for our trek across ...
... courses that have allowed me to think about culture in a different way and I'm excited to see how this makes me change my perspective on previous understandings!
Overall, I am looking to learn and live and experience all that I can!
"Not all those who wander are lost."
I'll be back to post an update on my travels in a few days. Thanks for reading :)
For the next 2 and a half months I will periodically update this blog with the latest from my journey from Minneapolis to San Francisco. With that much time you'd think I was walking, and now that I think about it I very well could have. Thankfully, I'm not; instead of taking the traditional route to my first real job ...
... 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 ...