Fairfield Inn Minneapolis Coon Rapids
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... All the borders in Central America had been so time consuming and challenging. But here, since we had the American passports, it was easy.
As we drove north we still weren’t sure we were in the US. There had not been a big sign. There had been no indication if we had crossed the border. After a half an hour of driving we were stopped at a checkpoint. A man in fatigues asked us for our passports in English. He saw that mine said I ...
... as the content being things which we didn't even talk about in class (and my spanish is now good enough to know what is talked about in class). I have since found out my grades for all of my classes and I'm pleased with the results (you should be too).
My last week before my parents came was a bit hectic trying to studying, get organized, and say goodbye to everyone. It made me sad to have to say goodbye to everyone. Just as I was finally getting comfortable ...
... on crinked which over breakfast Peter had cracked a funny by saying, "Lea's got a pain in the neck…. me!" I have to say, Peter does show a lot of gentleness towards me despite my mutterings about him and this morning was no exception. He got the trusty old 'tiger balm' out and gently massaged my neck and the heat was superb. Having such a linament when traveling is a must. I think my stiff neck has got a lot to do with having late nights ...
... for snow from memory I think she said over a hundred words. Impressive…. obviously to describe the fine degrees of this soft fluffy stuff. Even our vocab for cold has grown since being on this trip…. haven't yet experienced excruciatingly cold but Sauli's really hoping we'll get it before we leave. Such a lovely Bro! I gazed out the french windows, watching as the large soft flakes floated quite quickly to the ground. A ...
... waited reclined on the dentist chair, I stared out the window and was curious about the drama that was occurring on the other side of the snow covered gully. A couple of cop cars were pulling up at different points outside a building over yonder but I had to use my imagination for the rest of the story, how annoying! Sauli and David couldn't make sense of it either. Our conversations moved onto about how the name "David Johnson" always gets extra ...