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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Our last few days at Madeline were filled with family and Memorial Day observances; My sister and her family and dogs arrived from La Crosse and our friends Chadly and Barbara came in from Minneapolis. Nile and I had been rehearsing with the community choir for the Memorial Day ceremonies at Dockside beginning on Thursday in addition to singing two pieces at St. John's on Sunday. We enlisted Madeline and Virginia and Barbara to join the choir, so we had several rehearsals ...
... quickly. The hotel is literally across the street form the Mall of America (MoA). You have to walk about two blocks up the street to a crossing point then less than a block to a mall entrance. the hotel also offers free shuttle if needed.
The place is huge. Seeing a 5 story tall amusement park area inside with such rides as a log flume is pretty amazing. As for the rest, lots of stores and more stores and more ...
And it starts now... I am in the middle of my medical clearance in order to be cleared to serve abroad! Of course all of the tests came back just fine, except... the pap! Sorry for my male readers but I am just being honest. That was the one thing that I could not have even imagined would go wrong out of all the tests that were performed! I gave blood, twice, got a Polio and Chickenpox shot, got a TB test, gave a urine sample, took an eye exam, hearing test and pap. Only one ...
... we went out to eat at the Chevy's next door. After a long day traveling, it was good to have a familiar place to eat right next door. After dinner, we walked across the street to the Mall of America. The place was geared toward driving in and we had walk through the service entrance to make it to the Mall entrance. Once we found it we were greeted with a large Memorial day crowd. Kristina found a store with ...
... the other kids and a dinnerlady came upto me and said "I don't what you said to him, but he told me he loved his lunch today and that he made a new friend". I was speachless and wanted to cry.
The rest of the afternoon was then sailed by. I popped in and out of classes. Talked to all of the children and chatted with a Canadian teacher who had me in stiches. I kept bumping into another boy who I met ...