Days Inn Eagan / Minneapolis / Mall of America
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... br> It's a little sad to sign off and to think our trip has come to an end, it was been unbelievable experience and happy you were able to share it with us.
Wish you were with us, it was a blast!
Marv, Nancy, Rob, Emily, Dave & Mary
- Visited 5 cities in 16 days - check
- Navigated 9 airports, 4 train stations, 2 ferry stations - check
- Enjoyed 3 ...
... sure if you can make them out to well. Also found out this morning that Detroit declared bankruptcy last night. It means that all of the workers will only receive 17% of their pension, something that I can't comprehend after working all your life. I don't think America can call itself the lucky country anymore. Unfortunately 36% of the city cannot access power due to the city unable to afford todo this. All of this stems from the loss of jobs from the ...
... 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 ...
... arrived as daily life was in full swing and with a world revolving around a cherubic, high-energy, adorable, naturally center-of-attention toddler, Parker. Parker's Mom-Jenny is my cousin Karen Kadlec's daughter. Parker's Great Aunt Annie Kadlec Anderson and Great Uncle Dennis Kadlec (Karen's Older sister and brother... are you with me?) are also my cousins. Tony,a proud roadie for a ...
... church and setting goals for the future (and survival) of this community landmark. We shared in Communion, chatted over a cup of coffee with a few of the parishioners. We also discovered a new MacLean cousin, Liz Lupien, pianist and music director at Table 31. Turns out that her mother was a MacLean. Small world! After church, we came back to the Lyndale Avenue South residence of Barbara and Chadly to help prepare for a busy afternoon of ...