Americas Best Value Inn Zumbrota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We are less than 24 hours from our departure time. The bags are packed and everyone has their rides planned for the first leg of our journey, which for most of us is from Lake City to MSP. We fly from Minneapolis (MSP) to Dulles Airport in Washington D.C. and then fly the long leg of our trip to ...
... surprised! We spent the night in Rochester, New York and in the morning, we took a tour of the Eastman Museum, home of the founder of Eastman Kodak. Both of us really enjoyed that with the exception of the tour guide who pronounced every single syllable of every single word!
Yesterday was Zander's first birthday and we got to see him open up his building blocks (thanks to Skype!) Bompba Bob ...
... your blood pressure for a short time. Then, less blood flows to your brain and you may faint. With neurocardiogenic syncope, you may or may not have warning signs, such as skin paleness, weakness, sweating, blurred vision or nausea.
Yep...that about sums it up! I have one more test in the morning and one final consultation with the cardiologist and then...we are out of here! I've ...
... home away from home", the good old Hampton Inn, in Rochester on Sunday night and bright and early on Monday morning, we started the Mayo Clinic shuffle!
The brief summary of what has happened so far is this:
Monday - tests and saw the cardiologist. She found a heart murmur within the first 5 minutes of the exam and I have never had anyone else EVER find that. So score one for Mayo!
... healing this enhances. Later in the day, a group of Mayo employees (approx. 50-60) stood by the piano and sang carols. While we were eating in the cafeteria (better food than most hospital cafeterias) music came from the open courtyard beside the cafeteria. About 3/4 of the Rochester Chorale sang classical Christmas pieces. I was told that about 25 or so of the members singing that ...