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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 …
... big lake.
Driving up to the highest point of Duluth, we could see how far the lake stretched out. It looked like an ocean from up there, with the colours of the trees spreading below us it was definitely a sight we all enjoyed soaking in from the tower of Enger Park.
Next we made our way down to the heart of the city and were lucky enough to get to see a monstrous cargo ship pass through the canal to the harbour. Really ...
... cups! Like I said in the beginning of this tome, that this is a long one. Will try to shorten these or do less each day? No, I don't think so! Having too much fun! Maybe more often? So, we are trying to get our 10,000 steps in each day as often as we can. We accomplished that every day so far. Tomorrow, we probably won't be so lucky since we'll be driving about 9-10 hours to Miles City, MT. So, signing off for now! Take care and hope that you are all having a wonderful Labor Day ...
... place this far north!
After lunch we did a bit of grandson shopping for shoes, shirts and a watch, while dodging rain drops as dark clouds filled the sky. Two hours before flight time, we received notification that their flight out of Minneapolis was delayed, making their connecting flight impossible so their reservations were changed to an early morning flight tomorrow. We didn't mind having them another night one ...
Trying to squeeze in a few more Iceland adventures, Senn, Carson & I woke up early for a bike ride. Thorbjorn had rustled up 5 bikes and we were eager to try out the many trails that wove through a very accessible Reykjavik. Thor often biked to work in only 20 minutes and described his route as he pumped up our tires. The weather gods shined on us with a third day of sunshine so we piled on the clothes (it was still windy and cool) ...