SpringHill Suites Minneapolis - St. Paul Airport / Eagan
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Molts de vosaltres ens heu escrit o deixat missatges interessant-vos per on parem. Fa dies que no escrivim, molts dies, des que varem arribar a Minneapolis. Deveu pensar: "així no es tracta l'audiència!" És veritat i em sap greu haver perdut "la rutina" d'escriure.
L'ultim dia al nostre "Bellaggio" vàrem conduir 6 o 7 hores a través de 3 estats: Nebraska, Iowa i Minnesota. Uff. No hi havia res per veure només ...
... didn't stock them, what a blow for Andrew, so we went to DSW which is like a brand warehouse for shoes but they were not right, he had his mind set on these. Time was up we had only had a sushi plate and drink to share on the go and we had to be back at the bus. We bought a couple of new toiletry bags in Eddie Bauer. We went into town to find Andrews shoes but it was no longer there, Teva hadn't updated their website, very disappointing. The people ...
... Grandpa BoomBoom was a co-founder of The Raspberry Festival /Raspberry Parade which is a huge annual event to this day in Hopkins. I believe its nearing 100 years.
Karen kindly took us on a whirlwind tour of my Mom's old stomppin' grounds including Shady Oak Lake where my Mom life guarded and the Hopkins Library, which, while it is an ever so wonderful library, it sits in the very ...
... then a very hectic game of hockey. (Charlie only likes to hit the t-ball. He will field, but only to give you time to hit 3 times. His rules are quite loose and they keep changing in both hockey and t-ball.) Of course, before we were finished, we had a group of the neighbor kids playing as well. Needless to ...
... we have that free time before departure.
Saturday morning, we rose at 4:00 am, dressed and gathered our things – a backpack and carry-on rolling bag each, plus Nile’s small suitcase with his Scottish clothing, his Kilt carrier tube, and a small electric ukulele. The sky was getting light as we walked across the empty parking lot to the International District light rail station to catch the 5:13. At the airport, we got rid of ...