Comfort Inn Airport
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... kitty sitting while Corey would be off roaming the Midwest.
We sat around and chatted for a while before heading out to the mall to get Corey some last minute clothing and me some last minute items that I forgot to pack before heading out to dinner and Froyo.
Nancy had gotten us each a set of dog tags to help keep us safe on our trip.We'd already had a few glitches in getting ready for traveling. Corey's car (Baby) had a shifting ...
... water, in the dark.
The trip was 8 hours and we were only 30mins late, getting in.We were met by Grace and Carroll (Michael's parents) and taken to our hotel. It was a converted railway repair shop complete with the rails still in the floor! The rooms had been fitted out inside leaving the original shape. the main doors remain. The breakfast area is a little railway station. ...
... Snapple and trail mix. He's a top bloke.Upon arrival in Cleveland, it seemed that we would be staying in a rough part of town. There were several derelict buildings and a run down feel to the neighbourhood but despite how often the residents reminded us that we were 'in the hood' everyone we came across, bar none, was incredibly friendly and welcoming.
Our host - a dread-locked, soap producing, entrepreneurial, rhyme writing, Djembe drum player named Chester - ...
... not the greatest news because I did not get accepted into the program but the weird thing was that I did not feel weird or bitter about not being accepted but I just knew that in my heart I needed to go to Asia. Of course, as many of you are wondering, I did not have a plan but I just prayed hoping that something would get figured out and it did. I wasn't going to go to China on a missions trip but I was going to go and spend time with my friends that I ...
... quickly. The hotel is literally across the street form the Mall of America (MoA). You have to walk about two blocks up the street to a crossing point then less than a block to a mall entrance. the hotel also offers free shuttle if needed.
The place is huge. Seeing a 5 story tall amusement park area inside with such rides as a log flume is pretty amazing. As for the rest, lots of stores and more stores and more ...