Quality Inn Northtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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The flight from London to Minneapolis was possibly the best flight I've been on due to the fact everyone got their own row so could lie down and sleep like being in first class! I watches Johnny English Reborn and a couple of episodes of the big bang theory and also played around with editing photos on my iPad, managed to get some sleep ...
This short trip has come to an end as I have safely crossed back to the US. After landing in Atlanta I learned about the storm pounding Minneapolis, and was unsure if I would make it home on Monday or not. But in spite of only having one runway open at the MPLS International Airport when we took off, we were able to land safely and on time.
Sunday, my last day in Ghana, was uneventful. There were numerous phone calls from the pastors and ...
... 8230;.. Sauli still has that Aussie casualness like myself (although I think I'm more casual then him now) and time slipped away on us as we organized the ten kids. I find leaving the house at the best of times 'an epic journey' so having to ensure the winter gear was all on was just a mammoth undertaking. Peter's remark halfway through this all was, 'I'm already feeling tired!' This morning I had the added joy of dealing with a painful ...
... imagination. Pretzels, gummy bears, lifesavers, crackers, sprinkles, sugar coated rings, mini marshmallows, were cemented together using coloured icing plus a paper plate as a base.
This was a perfect activity today Jenn said to me as there was a clipper happening today. Clipper? Huh? That's a term for a snow falling in a localised area and the snowflakes are large. Jenn added that the Inuits (Eskimos) had a huge number ...
... how he hates it when I call him "the baby!" Ha,ha, ha!! At 38, Sauli seems to enjoy living over here in the States and we chat away about all sorts as we race to my early morning dental appointment, with a "Dr David Johnson". That's amusing to me as he's the third David Johnson I know of; Peter's brother is a David and Peter works with a David Johnson. Our surname is so common that I won't bother asking this dentist whether we are related.