AmericInn Lodge & Suites Rogers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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I arrived last Friday night after a 24 hour travel day (woohoo...) to snow, frigid air, and my amazing parents (and sister!!) at the airport. The drive home that night was such a blur because of my exhaustion and disbelief that I was actually here. Pinch me!
The reality has gradually sunk in as I've been visiting family and friends and familiarizing myself with my home state of MN. Everything is in ...
... s, mentre la Diana i jo ens posàvem "al dia", en Todd i la resta varen anar a pescar amb la seva nova barca a un dels llacs de Minneapolis (Minnesota és l'estat dels 10.000 llacs!). I van pescar molt! Però, aquí tampoc van quedar-se els peixos o sigui que ens hem de conformar amb les fotos. Gràcies per aquest dia tan fabulós.
... Minneapolis at 10:55 a.m. with a stop in Chicago before flying across the pond. If everything goes well with no delays I should reach London at 5:55 a.m. on Thursday morning. London is six hours ahead of Minneapolis so if anyone is reading this it will be 11:55 P.M. for you on Wednesday night when I land.
I'm hoping to update this blog often so I will be writing more after I reach :-) ...
... time between flights. After bathroom breaks, a diaper change, and a quick stop for milk, we were one of the last people to board. Go figure. So here we come, down the aisle, with our one million things, like, Hey! The Eddy's are here! Im pretty sure i saw some eyes roll and heard some groans. After installing the largest car seat known to ...
... factors. It’s not particularly difficult, after all, nearly half of the numbers under 20 are prime, and it’s not much of a challenge to do these relatively small numbers. But it keeps me from thinking about how tired I am and how my arms hurt and how I should just stop now. I do seventy laps with one break.
By the end of the month, I’m exhausted. I can’t fathom how I manage to stay awake enough to perform my daily routine. I start to lose ...