Super 8 Minneapolis/Golden Valley
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Super 8 Minneapolis/Golden Valley
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Minneapolis/Golden Valley
Travel Blogs from Golden Valley
... to be a change agent. Give me a break people that is all that we do...constantly. What I would like to see is just a bit of recognition for the involvement we do have...and maybe just cut us a break every once and awhile that would be great. Fast forward to MBs open mic and weird questions...I mean freakin Kevin hill started in on her about a memo that used an acronym nobody ...
... thirty minutes and we are into the introductions. There are so many things that I learned during this hour...besides that the hour felt like four. Here are the highlights 1. There are many people getting married...a few to men, a few to women, many to the same sex. Whatever I don't judge. One that surprised me...Simon is getting married. I think he may have been divorced for approx six weeks and is getting married ...
To "The Cities"
In our ever-changing plans, we felt the need to give the Hopkins relatives a little extra time to decompress after returning from Florida the day before, we saw that my (Corcoran) cousin Mark Mastro and girlfriend's home was en route, called them and invited ourselves.
They were home and up for company so we took a quick detour to ...
... I have no idea how three people, especially three big men, could possibly fit in there. Three of me would have been too much (in the tent or otherwise). 5.5 pounds, again not an ultra-light, but since Julie carried it I didn’t care. $150 from CampMor.com.
Boots: I wore Keen Women’s Pyrenees. They have great toe space. No water ever got into them, though krish sometimes did. 1.5 pounds. $140 at REI. I also wore SuperFeet Green ...
... added) to try and catch up to this motorhome they thought but weren't certain, was us. So when Sauli rang, he was verifying that they were chasing us and what he actually yelled was, "snowball coming in!" He lobbed his snowball and it went splat dead-on in front of Papa Bear's part of the windscreen. Ha,hah,ha! Peter actually had thought he had hit a poor white dove. Fortunately, Papa Bear didn't swerve to the left or the right else we may have been in ...