EconLodge Shakopee Valleyfair
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Landed in MSP -- looks cold and wintery here! Short layover and then on to London. We are VERY excited at this point. A bit concerned about Connor being too excited and watching movies all night rather than sleeping. We land at noon and like all normal well adjusted people do after flying half way around the world -- we head straight to the golf course at ...
... br> 21. Great Britain
On this trip alone I have been to 13 countries.
The cities I have visited:
Oslo (Norway) 5 days
Krakow (Poland) 2 days
Mykonos (Greece) 3 days
Santorini (Greece) 4 days
Athens (Greece) 2 days
Barcelona (Spain) 5 days
Vienna (Austria) 3 days
Stossing (Austria) 3 days
Split (Croatia) 5 days
Plitvicka (Croatia) 1 day
Zagreb (Croatia) 3 days
Budapest (Hungary) 6 ...
... the water), we swam before the guests arrived for supper and we swam when the guests were here. It has been amazing watching how Isaac has developed new skills every time in the pool.
In the afternoon Aviva, Isaac and Adilynn were left alone with me (Stephen). While the girls decided they had enough swimming, I stayed at the pool to supervise Isaac. Before the grandparents headed out they gave the girls a couple of oreos to munch on. When I came in ...
... sell a majority of the things that I was planning on getting rid of, with a few odds and ends that I ended up giving away to family and friends. I was surprised how easy it was to condense my life into two boxes, besides what I would be taking on the trip. I am keeping the items that are not taking the trip with me at Grandpa’s house in Eau Galle, what a nice grandpa! Speaking of Grandpa, my family threw me a going away party at ...
What a great time we had at the Lakota Indian Pow-wow in Shakapee, Minnesota!
It was a trade show along with lots of Indian dancing. The trades were jewelry, Indian paintings, artifacts, etc. The music was pure American Indian and was really enjoyable. I seem to love it more as I hear more of it! The dancing involved beginners, multiple levels of intermediate, and professional dancers. They were graded and ...