Days Inn Plymouth West / Minneapolis
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Days Inn Plymouth West / Minneapolis
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Plymouth West / Minneapolis
Travel Blogs from Plymouth
... men's room. There is a man in one of the stalls but I make it really quick and get out of there. I wonder if he noticed my pink toenails???
We run to our gate and make it just as people are boarding...whew!
We arrive in Venice - everything went fine. Found our way to the bus and then a Vaporetto boat that takes you by the canal. Really hot and steamy!, Get off on our stop but we cannot find our hotel. ...
... It is nice to be back to the land where I am pretty much assured a toilet seat in any bathroom I use. Now we just need to finish the laundry and figure out how not to wake up at 2:00 am. We’ve missed you all, and hope to see you soon!
... br> While there is more work that remains to be done, [the recent] employment report provides further evidence that the U.S. economy is continuing to heal from the wounds inflicted by ...
... had to unpack all my stuff, which I had just packed two hours before, into my old room downstairs. It took awhile to get settled as I had two of everything it seemed. Eventually I got settled in and then had to pack for my euro trip. Luckily our plane left around noon so I had ample time to procrastinate and do other things before I had to jam a weeks worth of clothing into my back packing pack.
I'm really looking forward to my trip!
Trying to squeeze in a few more Iceland adventures, Senn, Carson & I woke up early for a bike ride. Thorbjorn had rustled up 5 bikes and we were eager to try out the many trails that wove through a very accessible Reykjavik. Thor often biked to work in only 20 minutes and described his route as he pumped up our tires. The weather gods shined on us with a third day of sunshine so we piled on the clothes (it was still windy and cool) ...