Grandstay Residential Suites Hotel Faribault
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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On the list for today: Mall of America, Twin Cities Train Museum, and Fort Snelling. Accomplished? Well, not really....but what we did accomplish....naps, rest, first time fishing for Liam, boat ride for the boys, and a BBQ with Diane's friends and family.
When we woke up Sunday morning, we discussed all the things left on the list to see. After Shannon's run we were going to get going. Well, you see, it started to thunderstorm, and there went the plans ...
... 8220;If you behave and eat your lunch, you can have ice cream”, “If you behave while we’re at the restaurant, you can go fishing and a pontoon ride” and so many more. Brian and I tried not to laugh but sometimes we couldn’t help it. We had a nice lunch, the kids behaved and they got ice cream for dessert. We had to wrap it up; the meter was running out of time. The stroller assembly cut into our 2 hrs. of time. Art and Shannon picked up the ...
... 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, ...
... what makes us so close...what makes us seem to pick up right where we left off. Theories include the fatalistically simple "being at the right place at the right time", to the analytical "immersion in the culture" in Islamabad and being "risk takers" who threw all into friendships while knowing that moments together would last for maybe two years depending on our parent's postings, to the psychological "never having grown up and never being understood", to the zen "golden ...
... course, mom was taking pictures every second she could: me tying my shoes, loading my luggage and individual pictures with each person in front of the Christmas tree. Once we got to the airport, Dad gave me a hug and a simple “Be smart and be safe.” Mom took it surprisingly well, being that this will be the longest I have ever been away from home. I just got to Atlanta’s airport and am waiting for the flight ...