Fairfield Inn & Suites Minneapolis Burnsville
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Storms are predicted for Sioux Falls mid morning and at home by mid afternoon so we are on the road by 5:00 am to try to avoid any hail. It is dark and Jean has her eyes glued to the road as I asked her to help keep an eye out for deer along the road. Hey...so dark I can't see the gas gauge...and we run out of gas again...but this time I have the jug of gas to put in the tank. By the time I get the fuel in the ...
... bungalow provided by the campamento would be around $25 US a night. He told he would contact me right before I left, but on the eve of my departure I still hadn’t heard from him, and he did not return my phone call.
So, I knew I had to get to Tecolutla, but I didn’t know where to go once I got there. Was the camp right in town, or several miles away? I had no idea.
I would just have to wing it when I got there.
... for me. I managed it...eventually.
So today we went to Mall of America, the biggest shopping mall IN THE WORLD and asked around every electronic shop to see if they fixed hard drives or sold cases. The answer was no.
One guy gave us the names of some places that MIGHT sell cases. We were just giving up hope when we arrived at the last one. I went in. Not only did they sell ...
... two plastic bins worth, we will see. I am looking to keep personal things (photos, a few past gifts...), a few winter items (since I will be needing none of it there and all of it once I return) and then some random **** that I for some reason won't be able to get rid of.
I downloaded Rosetta Stone, legally of course, to try and get ahead of the game. I will HOPEFULLY be living in a community that primarily speaks French but there is a possibility that ...
... as I set my alarm for 5 am. When I wake the next morning, I still hear her saying it. And I think about everything I’ve done over the last few months and I realize that this hasn’t just been physical preparation. In fact, it’s more a mental exercise than anything else. Proving that I can do it. That I can push myself and push myself and push myself further than I ever thought I could. I get up and push myself some more.
The next night, Julie ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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