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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We have a 5 hr flight to Minneapolis and the a 55 min flight to Des Moines. We paid for upgrade seating with more leg room......best $$$ I have spent. We had lots f eg room and each seat had a flip-up tv monitor with free movies or tv, which really made the 5 hr flight go by quickly.
Got in Des Moines at 11:00 pm and we were home about midnight.
What a great adventure this has been.
... to tell ridiculous stories about something called gravity and how, if you trip, you fall over. Duh! Anybody knows that. If he were really that smart, he would have gone into some worthwhile field, like dentistry or real estate.
Anyway, enough of the local history. We drove today. That’s about it. ...
... on the edge of the mountains. Beyond that, anything east of Denver starts to look like Nebraska. Two of my friends, Mikki and Lauren, were kind enough to let us stay in there apartment for the night. Another friend, Todd, was there visiting and we all had a great time catching up and playing this really fun card game that I can't remember the name of.
Today (Monday), we left the hospitality of Thornton, CO ...
Our day on the road started at 6:45, with 769 Kms under our belt already, in a very fresh -24 degrees Celsius. Our day entailed four states: Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Iowa including 100 Kms of the worst highway surface conditions either of us have ever endured (yes, even worse than Port Elgin Christmas of 1984 or Grand Forks, ND conference champs of 2006) and there was not even any 'active' weather. Black ice, hard packed snow and crazy drivers made the experience frightful, but ...
... enter my airplane for the first leg of the trip where I'd spend the day with my parents in New York.
This is when my first fear was realized. My big hiking backpack carry-on that my Eagle Scout husband had filled with all the essentials (including parachute rope, you know, in case I had to scale a building somewhere along the way) did NOT fit underneath my seat or in the overhead compartment. To be fair, I was on a tiny plane and those overhead compartments aren't ...