Hampton Inn Minneapolis/Burnsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was $20 per night plus $7 reservation fee, not including tax. The bathrooms are nice. There is a large changing space within each shower stall.
After setting up the tent we headed into downtown Minneapolis to eat at my cousin’s apartment. We had curry chicken, rice, beans, fried bananas, and fudge. Lynn has great views of the downtown area. After dinner, we took a stroll through the ...
Well today we learned that the Fargo airport may as well be called the Fargo wait-port. If you've ever been to the Fargo airport, then you would know that it is seriously just one big room with 3 or so flights. Elliot calls this airport a "glorified hallway". This day is mostly just us hanging out at the airports while we wait to get to England. Predictably, our flight out of Fargo was delayed an hour. ...
... he talked to us and called us "the angels from New York", and we tried to sing with him but the tuning did not go so well. Then he got to really talking about his life and beliefs quickly it became preaching and from then on everything he said contradicted one of his prior statements. We couldn't get a word in edgewise! First his car had been stolen but then the story went he was driving to New York the next day. First he didn't find use ...
... time in their lives! Big eyes, laughter, etc We then went around and let each kid try to blow bubbles. There were hoots of laughter as one of their classmates struck out the first few tries. Coaxing the shy ones to try it was a challenge, but I think eventually everyone blew at least one bubble. We then had them line up and gave each a colored pencil, and, being kids, they immediately began trading colors. Finally, we presented the teachers with school ...