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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I think I have everything I need????? I just have to make some copies of the maps for the other guys. There should be 4 cars going. Three Model A's and one 54 Olds. We will be meeting at Parker's Lake Park in Plymouth. If all goes well we will on the road at ...
... airport to find our next gate. The airport is SO big and filled with such different and neat stores/restaurants. Once we got to our gate, G2, we were shocked. There was an iPad for every chair in the restaurants and also tables set up in the waiting area with an iPad for every chair there too for anyone to use completely free!!! If you were to find a seat to wait for the plane basically it was at a table and if you wanted to talk with your travelling partner you would ...
We went on our Mississippi cruise today on a fake paddle boat. It was fun though. The river is about 7 feet high and the trees along the banks are in the water. We also went to our 4th Diners, Drive-in and Dives restaurant,The Nook, in St. Paul, ...
... a child, paying a $35 monthly fee which is used to support the development of the area and to provide help to the child and his/her family. Over a number of years, we had bought such items as goats and a cow for Betty and her family. We had a very nice (and emotional) visit with Betty. World Vision finished their area development two years ago and as there are no post office in the area, we lost touch ...
... We’d heard one had come out of the water yesterday right next door at shelter seven, but I’ve resigned myself to a mooseless adventure and am more interested in the warmth of my sleeping bag than in the pursuit of a beast that might as well be mythical. It looks silly enough to be.
I’m still curled in my bag when Julie gets up and starts packing. It’s only seven am and we have five hours until the ferry leaves, but she’s already outta ...