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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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... place where they speak another language, have a different currency, different food and different customs. As I think back to my class with Brene' Brown, this gives me a wonderful opportunity to be courageous in spite of my fear. I do not want my fear to define my time there. I want to walk into this new life with my eyes and ears wide open. I want to take it all ...
A week ago, I woke up to an outside temp of -3 degrees. My first thought was to wonder why we use a temperature scale that doesn't account for Minnesota cold. I cannot identify another measurement scale that requires a negative. You can't drive negative miles, weigh negative pounds, listen at a negative volume. Fahrenheit was developed by a German physicist - those Germans! - yet is notably not used today in Germany. Or practically any other country. When ...
... a single line of 7 along a bar. Once again the kids were exemplary. Six people ate vegan fodder w water or iced tea and one had BBQ pork sandwich and 2 beers.
We took a bracing walk over the Mississippi, sadly the locks werent operating but it was a great sight. Sadly, time to go to the airport came too soon, more hugs and kisses. Kids were shouting ByeBye Kiwis as they drove off.
Several hours of flight tedium later we were back in NYC. Bed at 1am.
... at this point and I am pretty sure that this day will end swiftly. I have arranged for the hotel medical staff to be on call for some coffee IVs and possibly automated defibrillation to wake us up.
I have to say the last time I stayed up this long I flew from Africa to the US and that was coming back from a War not sure why the hell I'm still up! I will take more pics and add more to ...