Quality Inn & Suites
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so they call it a lake.) , and Red Wing. Paul bought a pair of Irish Setter boots at the factory store. Made in America. Traffic near Minneapolis was dense and slow. We crawled along past the ariport and Mall of America. Excelsior is not far from the city. Such a cute little town. Touristy, but not commercially so. And what ...
... could have healed MORE people or preached to MORE crowds. He chose to get away sometimes. He prayed frequently! He said no to people! Boy, if Jesus said no, I certainly can/should too. The hard part is knowing what to say no to and what to say yes to. So, I look to what Jesus has put in my life. A husband. Four children. A home in the USA. A travel bug. A blood story. How far does He want my sphere of influence to reach? How much ...
... cake that we made was one of the desserts that we had. We also invited another family that was part of the group. They have two kids, one is a girl at the age of ten and the other is a boy at the age of eight. We had lots of different things for dinner and my mom made her awesome nectarine salad. We had dinner and then dessert, and then we watched a lot of movies. The girls were sleeping over so we could watch lots of movies. We watched The ...
... buffet is intact and they are willing to serve us (it is not 10am, after all! It is not even 9:30am!) We are amazed that it is so empty! No one sleeps in except us!
We gobble up the American-style pancakes, omelets, mango juice, chai, toast, bananas, and oranges. It is tasty and we are full. Cole and I still have slight tummy issues, so when finished, we take our antibiotics. They are SO HELPFUL. Really, I’ve just ...
... Talbot, and Abby got out her math summer packet (and Charlie played with magnets). After about 40 minutes, their little brains turned to mush and we had to take a break. I should have been working on this with them everyday while we have been on this trip, but I never remembered to pull those things out and hover over them. Plus, I can't imagine trying to add that to all that I was doing.
After school books, we ...