There was no snow on the ground for our trip to Minneapolis, I love these "winning moments." We cranked up the radio and drove to Dave and Buster's. I LOVE, LOVE. LOVE Dave & Buster's. If given the chance I'm just a huge kid. For those of you who don't know about Dave & Buster's it's an arcade that geared toward adults. It uses hotel style magnetic cards that hold a balance for you to spend in the arcade. They also serve food, soda, and adult drinks, in my opinion the food and drinks are over priced, I say eat elsewhere & go to play. There are several locations across the US, check their site to find one near you. So we played at the arcade for a few hours then headed to the hotel.
We stayed at LeBourget Hotel in Bloomington. I am on a budget and try to get the best deals possible, therefore I use Priceline to book all of my travel needs. In this case I used their Express Blind hotel and booked our amazing suite for $64.44, including parking and taxes. This hotel boasts of a new renovation, a pool, a bar & restaurant and The Effile Tower decor (which in my opinion is tacky at best but it's cute.) No internet and no breakfast, but the bed was comfortable, we had a Keurig and we didn't really want to eat in that hotel anyways.
We went to American Burger bar and ate. Yumm. Whenever I can I use a combination of YELP.com and Restaurant.com to save money on really good food, when I was taking clients out for dinner I would call ahead and give the location a heads up and give the certificate to the hostest/ server before my clients arrived. Once at the restaurant I ordered the American Burger, which has American cheese, bacon, and of course a patty. They offer mini fries, my favorite is to eat them with Garlic Mayo.
We headed back to the hotel to grab the (free) shuttle to the lightrail for the game. Timberwolves vs the Phoenix Suns, the Timberwolves won! Whoop Whoop!
The night had gotten late so we headed back to the hotel to sleep, until brunch.