The Commons Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We left Tampa on Thursday and flew to Minneapolis and after finally getting a car Erik and I drove to Northfield MN to meet with representatives of St Olaf College with regard to the summit meeting and planning for our 55th reunion. Later on Thursday we drove to Minneapolis and checked in the Commons Hotel. A very nice hotel with great proximetry to the McNammera Alumni Center.
... possibly of a brother or sister less and less as his legs swung freely. On the walk we passed a garden center that was selling hay bales; for some reason I’ve always wanted to buy some and I took the chance to spend recklessly with Al the other side of the world. Buying four bales meant the play zone came us rather than needing to go out.
Mall of America located near the airport has 5,500 shops and is built around a theme park; RB and I were heading to SeaWorld which ...
... a tad more scary. It involved a friends sail boat and a slightly breezy lake. After stumbling on, trapping my thumb in the mast and nearly squeezing Kevin's hand off, I sat down and settling in with a big glass of wine. I have discovered that wine will help you overcome most fears. All was going well until a friend who had joined us later on that evening turned the boat a little sharply, she screamed, I cried... Not to ...
Anyway, that night we went to the Shield’s house for a gang get together. The gang consists of four families that all have two kids and one of those families is the Shields, which is Hannah who is 12 and Noah who is 15. Another one of the families is the Bergs, which is Kendall who is 12 and Hunter who is 11. Besides us, the only other family is the Bahrs, which is Jessica who is 13 and Austin who is 15. We all get along ...
I am writing this, preparing to embark on my trip to Kenya! I am so excited and nervous at the same time. I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to go back to Africa, and spend time doing volunteer work with the communities, knowing that the work we are doing is what they asked for, not what we think they should have. Also, I am of course excited to see the animals! I am very anxious about my shoddy health getting in the way and slowing everyone down, so please ...