The Commons Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the show, the second of the evening (scheduled for 10:30pm), and acquiring said seat was quite an ordeal. Clearing out the early performance and cramming 18,000 new people through four doors creates a bottleneck. Unlike the process bottlenecks of my past, this one was windy cold, reeked of booze, and could have been confused as a stalled white pride parade. With a lot of singing. My ...
Another thankful sleep in then brunch with all the family at the same lodge from the night before. We decided it was time for the kids to have some fun so there was a convoy of cars that decided to drive the hour distance to check out the Nickelodeon zone in Mall of America. It was very special to have so much family join us on our day trip. The mall is huge when you drive ...
... at a St. Paul Saints game where the wacky antics have always made up for the lack of major league stars. Here are my sister Sara and my nephew Ryan, enjoying the sunshine and the tradition of having a pig bring the new baseballs out to the umpire. The pig used to be known as the Saint, but was recently renamed "Stephen Colboar."
Here my niece Jenna is all ...
... washing the eggs I went to gather up my things and pack my bags and then at about 10.30am I said goodbye to Deb, the dogs and the farm and Sarah and I headed off down to Minneapolis. The rain was still pounding! At about 12.30pm Will picked me up from uptown Minneapolis and we went off for some lunch! We went to a restaurant called Uptown Diner. I had a veggie burger with waffle fries. Those waffle fries were great but just too much oil and I stupidly ate too many of them and ...
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