Americas Best Inn & Suites Alexandria, MN
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Left the cabin in Millervile, MN and headed west on I94. Had our first issue when none of the electrical or fridge would work. Stopped in Fargo and luckily there was an Interstate Battery right off the interstate two new batteries later and everything is ...
... Then we spent some time at McDonalds's for the wi-fi, to catch up on things. By the time we got back to camp at 3, most of it he group was already there.
Saturday was a fun day, primarily because Ann and Arlene set up " Survivor Camp" and divided us into the Red and Blue teams. We made posters and then hit the ...
... raised in! We had a wonderful time & were so glad we made the trip with dad. It was wonderful visiting Uncle Bob, Aunt Alice and the other relatives. Dad shared the family history in the area & enjoyed showing us all his special places.
This time we are alone and experiencing the area from a different prospective but we carry with us the memories of the last time we were ...
... for making me feel so welcome and included in your family. Also a thank you to my Bible study group, Grandma Mary and her family, and all the Erno family friends in Shenyang that made my stay so comfortable. I miss my students - Eli, Isaiah, Sariah, Sofia and Hope. Keep up the spelling, reading, writing!
Coming home had its pluses too. Sam is 3, and I love being with their family also. Coleen flew home from FL for Christmas and ...
painfully watched and awaited word from family who were in HurricaneSandy's
wrath and path. The weather channel sure had our attention for days, and any
and all incoming messages seemed few and far between but usually allowed for a
sigh of relief from each. Thanks to all who forwarded updates and, on the other
side, were sending messages of love and hope for our relatives on the East