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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Airport Minneapolis
Comfy bed! Awkward walk to the breakfast room through the pool area!
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5:30 Central Time we arrived at the hotel in Bloomington, MN. The s2000 only stopped three times, twice for gas and once for Wisconsin cheese! Kyle found a perfect tree to have a wonderful picnic under for our sandwich lunch. The Mall of America was neat. We walked around for an hour and a half before meeting up with some awesome Deltasig Alumni …
I'm a TEMP!
And speaking of temps, Minneapolis-St Paul has the coldest average temperature of any major metropolitan area in the nation. In January, you can expect average highs of 24, average lows of 8. When I arrived back in the Twin Cities, that day's high was -3 degrees, a backdrop for the second-most frequent comment from friends ...
... the dough into thin, flat cakes, which bake crisp in a slow oven. When cold break them up in a clean barrel, and fill it with filtered rainwater. A bushel of persimmons before mashing will make a barrel of beer. Set the barrel upright, covered with a thin cloth, in a warm, dry place, free of taints. Let stand until the beer works--the persimmon cakes will rise and stand in a foamy mass on top. After three to four weeks, either move the barrel to a cold place, or rack off ...
So we just arrived at our Travelodge in Burnsville, MN and have not seen Minneapolis yet…that is tomorrow. We have had a lovely dinner at TGI Fridays, but we brought most of it home with us. I bet we don’t eat it.
We woke up in Boston, MA and caught a flight at 12:12, to Atlanta, GA, had about an hour and then got our flight to Minneapolis. When we landed, ...
... are really friendly. They even let us help out and clean up a sidewalk.
The whole of Minneapolis is connnected by walk ways from building to building. They call it the Skywalk and you and walkm around the whole city in the warm. Thats why the sidewalks are so empty.
So hopefully schools ...