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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... the staff at Delta put us on a standby list for a flight leaving at 5.20pm. What would the chances be of getting 5 passengers with standby status all on the same flight together... We pretty well decided it was going to be a really really long night.. Yeah..... We made it.. The 5.20pm flight.. We were so so lucky... Only a short flight of 1 hour and 10 minutes and we will finally be on our way ...
... the flights, rather than one large security area for all the gates.
As we neared the gate, I saw a place to exchange Euros for Dollars. Nope, he was short of American currency (aren't we all???). As we got to the gate Sandy said she needed a Diet Coke.
The security guy said, only if it's sealed, and when asked if there was a place to get one after security, he thought a minute and said, "No, I don't think so." OK, so Sandy ...
... and moved without any difficulty.
Our last night in Minnesota was at a bit of a loose end until invited again by Sonia Six and Darkness Radio to an advanced screening of The Conjuring. The unexpected surprise was a pre show dinner with Dave Schrader. How nice it was to spend some down time with Dave over dinner. Then it was off to the AMC Southdale Cinema's where we met the lovely Mallie Fox - Craig loved every minute of this. We also met ...
... 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 ...
... during the weekend. We were learning a hauntingly beautiful piece for Memorial Day, so Nile helped Marina coach the voices and everybody concentrated as they learned their parts. It all paid off, as we roused the Sunday service with "Oh, Happy Day" and then “My Jesus” and the arrangement of “In Flanders Fields” for the Memorial Day ceremony was particularly moving.
We had done an initial packing of our clothes and bike bags on Friday, so ...