Days Inn & Suites Faribault
Travel Blogs from Faribault
... Brian was putting on their hooks must have been extremely appetizing for those poor fish. It was a sight to see Artie and Liam catching so many fish that Brian could hardly keep up with putting the corn on their hooks. The boys laughter and excitement made us all smile and warned our hearts. That is until Liam caught Artie with his hook! Artie was screaming bloody murder, but Brian had it all under control...he just pulled the hook right out. The boys were ...
... seemed excited about riding his bike (like a big boy) until we hit a few small inclines, then Shannon or Artie would have to give him a push to keep him going. Once the trail was level Artie would pick up speed and was all over the two-way trail. We took turns yelling “Artie stay to the right” so he wouldn’t get creamed by the bikers speeding by. I couldn’t tell you how many times we yelled this but it was a lot! We were making good progress when ...
... friends over to eat when they were younger. Good memory. Ok, so now I'm being hassled about going upstairs, so I will finish this up later. Brian is grilling some chicken and the evening is just perfect.... So dinner on the deck was very good. Brian super slow cooked some chicken, so we ate around...oh, I think 10pm, but the wait was well worth it. Apparently, Brian has a new cooker thingy and burned chicken last week. In an effort to not repeat that occurrence this week, ...
... moved in. Nothing stays the same and we would’ve had to adjust and accommodate to all the changes that have taken place. We’re better off having sold when we did, but sometimes I need to be visually reminded of that.
We left for Alexandria about 5:30 in the evening and had a very pleasant stress free drive, since it was a Saturday evening and there wasn't any rush hour traffic to speak of. We watched ...
... Boo hiss. I hope they enjoyed it on their croissants.
We then wasted time and got on our uneventful flight to MSP. My goodness coming home takes forever. I was glad to land and be able to walk again. At least Immigration and Customs was a breeze. MSP is much nicer and faster than the east coast airports or even ORD. Makes me want MSP to be our port of entry more often.
Well I am sure it will be an early night to bed.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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