AmericInn Hotel & Suites Rochester Airport
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Packer pre-season game tonight. Well with all the rain and with darkness descending, I chose safety over Packer loyalty and stopped in Austin, Minnesota, where we were treated to watching the Minnesota college game at the sports bar restaurant in the hotel. I wouldn't have minded eating a bad pizza so much if we could have had any other sport to watch, even tennis, but no, every TV was tuned to Minnesota College Football.
Anyhow lest you think we haven't been eating well, ...
... and had a lovely chat while we set up. We are parked on the nicely cut grass with all the amenities to make living in a box more home like. We had showers, a dinner of salad, linguini with red sauce, corn on the cob and garlic bread. So nice to relax together in such a lovely spot. Too bad it is only one night.
Note from Sheree: Oh by the ...
Van appreciation day... Driving, driving, driving to Austin, Minnesota. We had 2 designated stops today; 1st was the Corn Palace. A school hall still used for proms, theatre and basketball games with corn merchandise inside and decorated with murals of corn on the cob. 2nd stop was the green giant in Minnesota, Hohoho. Camp was Kamp of America again and we spent our evening planning Chicago in front of the fire with ...
... the guys won't have such a long day on the road tomorrow.
We found a cute little campground off I90 called Yogi Bears Jellystone Campground. They assigned us a couple of really nice sites where our coaches could face each other door to door which gives you a great shared space between you. We set up camp and toasted to Jellystone and our new mirror. We were back on schedule and no worse for the wear! Like Nick says....don't sweat the small ...
... days after that conversation, when his thumb throbbed in pain. However, he is tough, and worked through his infection.
Dad has his first mini-stroke in 1967 at age 55, and since then, his health deteriorates. He has prostate cancer in 1972, when I am 21. I visit my family during the Thanksgiving holiday. Four days later, Mom takes me to the bus station for my ride back to Michigan ...