Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Airport - Eagan - North
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had some yummy food! We were given a nice surprise when we checked in.... A free upgrade to a jacuzzi suite! We wanted this website to be a place for those of you that wanted pictures and details to keep up with our trip. Check back often for more ...
... arrodonir la nostra estada, ha vingut a veure'ns l'Anna, una amiga de l'Elena de Suïssa que està de visita a Minneapolis per la setmana de vacances d'octubre. L'Elena ha estat molt contenta!!!! Thanks for your messages! It is nice to know you are following us. We have already packed our suitcases again, bigger than when we arrived to the USA. We are probably bigger ...
... armour t shirts and or shorts, find some light weight shoes and work shoes and go to Lucky jeans for a belt. We went to The Walking Company which was a real disappointment. They didn't have anywhere as near the choice as we do at home, so no sandals for Andrew or shoes for me. We went into Banana Republic which was all too snotty for our taste. Lucky jeans didn't have my belt size so I will wait for Hawaii for that one. We walked into the massive ...
... folks Uncle Bob & Anutie Billie. Uncle Bob always had a great vegetable garden and Auntie Billie's cooking was legendary (!) We spent many a night playing cards, "telling lies" and - as I recently heard it said - "laughing so hard tears ran down my legs."
The Mallery Clan is dwindling and there are no formal "heirs" to the Mallery name. My mother was the middle daughter of three girls. ...
The month of April almost got away from us; we both had appointments, tasks, and jobs to do in preparation for our departure. Should be easy, with our Smartphones to remind us, right? Not so – with time so short, we had to coordinate our activities so we didn't double-book, so we created an old-fashioned paper calendar to capture everything. We found the visual helped us grasp the time as well as track all our commitments. We ticked off one item ...