LivINN Hotel Minneapolis South / Burnsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 8220;If you behave and eat your lunch, you can have ice cream”, “If you behave while we’re at the restaurant, you can go fishing and a pontoon ride” and so many more. Brian and I tried not to laugh but sometimes we couldn’t help it. We had a nice lunch, the kids behaved and they got ice cream for dessert. We had to wrap it up; the meter was running out of time. The stroller assembly cut into our 2 hrs. of time. Art and Shannon picked up the ...
... long sub, a bag of crisps, an orange juice and three cookies. Yep, that's how hungry I was! And I gobbled that down in probably less than 5 minutes. Looks like I wasn't the only one with flight delays... Nearly ever flight out of terminal 2 Minneapolis (the domestic terminal), was delayed. I guess the weather had just been super bad this morning so it delayed all the flights coming in which created a domino of delays for the rest of the day! So at about 7.30pm I started making my ...
... the way. Lush green fields surrounded by lots of trees. We made a pit stop in the Wisconsin Dells and we awe struck by the place. It is said to be the mid-wests cheap Disneyland. Every hotel has a waterpark. Roller coasters are everywhere, along with miniature golf, go carts, boat tours and rentals, a water ski show, magicians, restaurants, gift shops, and outlet stores too. I really can ...
... of us really slept that well. We listened to the two opening acts from afar. We head in when Tim hits the stage. Man has HE been working out. The weather was upper ...
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