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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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... I've received enough to cover YWAM fees and pass my goal of 6,000. So, friends, I am no longer in need. If you would still like to contribute you could help pay for my plane ticket, which cost about $2,000 and which I covered with my own money. Totally chill, I can afford the ticket, but if you would like to help I will leave the fundraiser open for a while longer.
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... was just the first of many stories we will be able to tell from this trip. A short drive and we were safely at one of Nigel's friends family home. Just what I imagined American homes to be like, spacious and friendly. Our little jet lagged brains went for a nap before a little socialising, a few drinks then bed. Currently enjoying a little caribou coffee before beginning the real adventure! Bubye for ...
... Our first viewing - sad but true - Hawaii 50. What can I say - we were missing Hawaii :-)
Midweek, and Minneapolis was calling, so we took the Green Line tram all the way to Target Field, the Twins Baseball team home ground. Good bit of sightseeing on route past another huge university campus and the building of the new Minnesota Vikings stadium due to be ready next year. Charlie Brown and his friends seem to be very popular with the Twins Club and all the characters ...
... God-Mother Pat(ricia) Mastro but I'll save that for a good segue.
Mark is a very funny guy and had us going the first few minutes we were there. Mary allowed as how the Corcoran Clan can be a bit (!!!!!) overwhelming but she's getting used to it.
We had been trying to reach Mark's twin sister Maria, also VERY FUNNY, for a while so I wondered if ...
... nice warm spa, but I’m on a mission. I do a couple of backstroke laps to warm up. I’ve set myself a completely arbitrary goal of 30 laps in 30 minutes, even though I haven’t been swimming for nearly fifteen years.
I start out with a strong stroke and do four laps. Then I have to stop and catch my breath. I make myself do six more and then I rest again, panting like a dog in the sun. Six more, and six more, until I hit thirty. Then I push myself to do ten ...