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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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... for the afternoon. We saw a memorial tribute to Thomas Burnett Jr., Minneapolis resident, who led a revolt to breakthrough the cockpit door and take back the plane on flight 93 on 9/11.
The girls found a pink VW Bug and Ryder found Bubba Gumps “shoes” to try on. By 5:00 we were all exhausted. We went back to the campground so the kids could get burn some energy playing and we could do some laundry. On our way back ...
... found a place on the way to our campground, googled it, saw good ratings so I took a chance. And for those who knew about my dream before leaving home, Jim did come back and get me! I didn't even think about it until he drove up to pick me up. For those who didn't know about my dream, in it Jim made me get out of the RV and he drove away as I looked out the window of a store. He did leave me the car! So much for dreams - glad they don't come true!
... been great to unpack the truck and not have to think about climbing into the back to get something, but instead be able to open a drawer and pull it out. It is also nice not to be stared at for speaking differently or looking out of place. But it is sad not speaking Spanish, and not having tomorrow’s scenery be completely unknown. For now the road has ended, but it will keep going in the future and that is the best feeling of all.
... I made sure my family had all the true Spanish food, but I think they were a little disappointed in it, and in the tapa style of eating (think appetizers). However, my father was not disapointed in the new word he quickly learned- cerveza.
Getting into Barcelona we found that there were young protesters camped out in the city center the same as there were in Madrid. The best that I understood was that they were protesting that the unemployment rate was too high at 20%, ...
... wash some clothes and do some correspondence.. and blogging.
In the evening Shannon, Wally the kids and I went to Wayzata on lake Minnetonka, the town reminded me of Warners Bay in Australia, very touristy and the outlook from the restaurant on the lake was very similar but Lake Minnetonka was quite a bit larger! I had forgotten that Minnesota is the state of 10,000 lakes.
Up early so I could catch a ride into Minneapolis ...