Days Inn Eagan / Minneapolis / Mall of America
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... back there. I’m still not sure but it was a mountain of stuff! Holy cow!
Time to head home. The kids were looking forward to another pontoon ride and playing with their new fishing polls Uncle Brian had bought them. The sun was still shining and it was a perfect evening. The boys got to practice casting their fishing lines (no hooks), drive the pontoon and Artie played in the Explorer 300 raft. Time to get back, dinner-time. Brian grilled some burgers and ...
... Part of this process is learning how to blog. Shout out to my friend Glen for the idea of blogging and for suggesting I test it out before going all the way to Tanzania and not knowing what I was doing. I am definitely on a learning curve right ...
... and saw giant size models of helicopters, world globe, gorilla and Transformer, Andrew was in his element and loving it. The prices were good too. We walked into different shoe shops as we went past them, looked at luggage but didn't purchase anything. Until we went into Columbia, it was massive, we met Joan who looked after us and I tried on some shorts which weren't any good but I bought a white and an orange light weight zip up jacket for $50.00 ...
... together again! We were now traveling with seven: Tom & Linda, Jared, Seth & girlfriend Maddie, Leah & Chloe. Our first order of business was a family dinner out to celebrate Leah's 16th birthday (the day before). We went to El Loro, a Mexican restaurant right near our hotel. Then we headed over to REI for a little shopping. After a long day of driving, a big meal, and an hour of shopping, we were all ready to hit the ...
... a child, paying a $35 monthly fee which is used to support the development of the area and to provide help to the child and his/her family. Over a number of years, we had bought such items as goats and a cow for Betty and her family. We had a very nice (and emotional) visit with Betty. World Vision finished their area development two years ago and as there are no post office in the area, we lost touch ...