Hampton Inn & Suites Minneapolis - St. Paul Airport
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... border from people who had crossed illegally, but we had never talked to anyone who had crossed it legally with US passports and a Guatemalan car. We waited in line – but for a change it was in our car. We could see the big fences, the shanty towns on one side of a ravine and the desert on the other. We could see all the video cameras recording us. We had our passports and were waiting to be pointed over to the side so they could search our ...
... the ferry docks, they make all the passengers disembark. We see the father/son canoeists, who were picked up earlier in the day at Chippewa Harbor, and say hello. Ranger Cindy talks to Captain Mike, and passes him a shopping list. Then they let us board.
As the ferry pulls away, Ranger Cindy stands on the dock and waves goodbye to us.
And so ends our Isle Royale adventure.
Well, not quite.
The water is very rough. As the boat ...
... Austin, MN or Red Wing, MN
THE BEST PLACE EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Mall of America is so huge. It has a ton of rides in it including three roller coasters, a Ferris wheel, one of those swing things that go around, and even a log chute! It has more than 520 stores. We went to American Girl Place, Mall Of America Gift Shop, Papyrus, Claire's and even more. Just think of a store ...
... in record time and we found our official Minnesota ornament and magnet. We then gave in to the kids demand to see the Lego store and it was very impressive. There were huge statues made from Legos. We'll head back tomorrow for some pictures. The store had a bin of mini-figure parts and the kids could make their own mini-figures, which the kids thoroughly enjoyed. We then got some ice cream to reward the kids for a ...
... didn't go so well. :)
We sledded for a while….Luke tried very hard to escape from all the torture of being put on a sled and sent down a hill, didn't work. We all kept an eye on him…well that is, Mum and I. :) So we did singles and doubles, even long trains went flying down that hill on that sunny Wednesday afternoon. Anna & Annika took a sled down the hill which snapped in half as they went flying….. must have hit ...
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Hampton Inn part of the Hilton group always offer great service World wide.
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