SpringHill Suites Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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I'd been more or less packed (with only forgetting a couple of non-essentials that I was able to get at Target!) by Wednesday. Saturday afternoon I got the rest of my items together (oops forgot to bring headphones!) and tossed everything in my car to make the journey from my home to where I'd be leaving my car for the whole of the trip.
I dropped my car off at Corey's parent's house and caught a ride with her mom (Nancy) to the apartment. Her mom ...
... the rest upstairs - with the best views. As we waited we were right beside the Chicago river with lots of tourist boats going up and down. Away about 30mins late. Lots of swamps and lakes along the way, and the train blows its horn at every crossing - and there were lots. Some of the journey was along side the Mississippi river, which we could only see as reflections of light ...
... and gusto. This guy was pure box office and he knew it.The following morning, with Ed and Ryan somehow having dragged themselves out of bed and off to work, we packed our bags and set off to Cleveland. Newgazzi blog writer, fan and all-round good-guy Joey Buckholz had agreed to drive us up to Cleveland from Chicago and so he picked us up from Ed and Ryan's home at midday. Joey, an expert in cool bag maintenance had provided us with a seemingly endless supply of ice cold ...
... Two years before, I had heard something about going on a missions trip in China, which definitely sparked my interest. So when I went that fall, I talked with the people who were in charge of doing the missions trip and they told me to apply. Hoping that this would be my ticket to China and to see my friends afterward, I applied because I really wanted to do something overseas and I wanted to serve others. Unfortunately, one night in February, ...
For the most critical entry on this destination you can read Alison's entry below.
For me you have to understand it is a guy thing. I walk into a "mall" or other shopping establishment and unless I am on the hunt for something specific the eyes start to glaze over and I go into a catatonic state.
We got to Bloomington ahead of schedule (see previous entry for the reason) and were able to get checked in ...