Super 8 Roseville MN
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... I am very excited to be able to spend time with them in Spain and to have Caden practice all of his Spanish immersion skills in real life.
The next 5 weeks promise to be a whirlwind and a very exciting time. There are so many things that are going to happen and so many new experiences. I hope that you will keep up with me here and on Facebook and the Northeastern Honors page for other blog posts. I can't wait to see what it has in store!
... is due to board here in a couple hours. The flight is only six hours and we did manage to score exit row seats so taking the red-eye shouldn't be TOO bad.
As a true test of our spontaneity we only have a car rental lined up in Iceland (dun dun dun) and we plan to just wing it when it comes to a nice bed and breakfast somewhere out in the countryside ...
... and picked up one of the younger araucana chickens and then an older Rhode Island Red chicken and said goodbye to them. It was sad, cause I love them so much and I'm gonna miss being around them everyday! When I was collecting the eggs the mosquitos were awful!! It was raining at the time I was doing the chicken chores so the mosquitos were at their worst... Even inside the hen spa I had never seen so many mosquitos before. Crazy! It is pretty fatal if you don't have bug spray. ...
... br> 21. Great Britain
On this trip alone I have been to 13 countries.
The cities I have visited:
Oslo (Norway) 5 days
Krakow (Poland) 2 days
Mykonos (Greece) 3 days
Santorini (Greece) 4 days
Athens (Greece) 2 days
Barcelona (Spain) 5 days
Vienna (Austria) 3 days
Stossing (Austria) 3 days
Split (Croatia) 5 days
Plitvicka (Croatia) 1 day
Zagreb (Croatia) 3 days
Budapest (Hungary) 6 ...
The month of April almost got away from us; we both had appointments, tasks, and jobs to do in preparation for our departure. Should be easy, with our Smartphones to remind us, right? Not so – with time so short, we had to coordinate our activities so we didn't double-book, so we created an old-fashioned paper calendar to capture everything. We found the visual helped us grasp the time as well as track all our commitments. We ticked off one item ...