La Quinta Inn & Suites Minneapolis-Minnetonka
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... so sweet of them to come to get me. Friday morning I got up and headed out to Minnesota State University, Mankato. I got to see Gabe! It was the most amazing feeling to see him after almost 7 weeks of being apart. I got the grand tour of Mankato's campus, met all of his friends, and got to see him in Beauty and the Beast. What an awesome trip! My only complaint is not being able to stay longer. 24 hours is definitely not enough.
Saturday afternoon I ...
... bathroom ever, and when you stepped out the door you stepped out side! This was not what we paid for.
For dinner we went to our favorite restaurant, it’s called Big Bowl. It is a Chinese and Thai restaurant.
When I woke up I looked at the clock and it was 4:00 am! I guess it’s from jet lag. Around 7:00 am we had to go to ...
... of serving in World War II.
Soon after seeing Great-Grandpa, we went to our old friend’s house. They have a girl named Kendall and a boy named Hunter. They are both around our age. Another family that we were friends with stopped by and they also have kids. Their girl’s name is Jessica and she has an older brother named Austin. That night until Jessica had to go home, we played ...
... Saturday morning was lots of fun. We went shopping at Justice, which is a tween based shop. Hannah and I are Tweens, so we ran into the shop. Justice is filled with lots of awesome stuff like clothes, jewelry, nail polish, notebooks, swimsuits and lots lots more! I bought a pair of pajamas, that came with a pajama top, pajama shorts and pajama pants. All in one! I also got matching slippers, that were little dogs with pink glasses. So cute! My ...
... that's valid for awhile, you won't have that expense, and if you live in a city with a Chinese consulate you also wouldn't have to hire the sheisty third party visa service to handle your documents. However, with the life investment that's being made, $300 really isn't that bad.
I've got one more bit of overly simply advice before I end this little appetizer before the feast of travel tales begins. You must be flexible and patient. Every thing ...