Hampton Inn Minneapolis / Eagan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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... will take Tom's Prius. Jared will join us for the second week.
We left home at about 7:45 a.m. and with our goal being 7:00, I thought we did pretty well. I'm almost sure that being late by less than an hour is some kind of record for us. Anyway, it's not bad for getting six people and all their stuff out the door.
As we were driving down the interstate, a little beyond Chicago, Chloe yelled, "Hey, that was Grandpa and Grandma!" Sure enough...my mom and ...
... We went through security, no problem. We sat for a while in the lounge waiting to board. We made our way to near the boarding area, and that's when I saw it....a vending machine with Diet Coke in it. We both just had to laugh at that point in time! Geez! Wasted 20 minutes when we could have been enjoying a Diet Coke just after entering the secured area. Oh well!!!
Plane flight was long. More than 8 hours. Two movies ...
... long before we started a game of hide and seek all around the playground. Carson was it for most of the game, but I got it a few times. We eventually got hot, sweaty and tired of playing hide and seek. We each grabbed some lemonade to cool off, and when the lemonade was gone, we had a water fight! I splashed Adele so she splashed me, and I got soaking wet! It didn’t take long before all of our plastic cups were broken so we had to stop. After ...
... We were hopeful that we could get some of our equipment, such as sleeping bags and tent, in the boxes, acting as padding, but we’d been told the airlines have a strict limit on the 50 lb weight limit. Tom, who has done this many times before, brought a scale so we could adjust as needed.
I was trying to take notes and pictures so that we had a guide for when we unpack and reassemble, but soon Tom was handing me the wrenches and instructing me as I ...
... up in a military family that traveled and moved around the country quite often. I had always been around new and different cultures of my own while growing up; I was able to successfully build relationships at school and during extracurricular activities. I also had experiences with other cultures while in college. I studied in France, on two different occasions, for a period of seven months total. While studying International Business in France I also toured ...