Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Airport - Eagan - North
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... had some yummy food! We were given a nice surprise when we checked in.... A free upgrade to a jacuzzi suite! We wanted this website to be a place for those of you that wanted pictures and details to keep up with our trip. Check back often for more ...
Well today we learned that the Fargo airport may as well be called the Fargo wait-port. If you've ever been to the Fargo airport, then you would know that it is seriously just one big room with 3 or so flights. Elliot calls this airport a "glorified hallway". This day is mostly just us hanging out at the airports while we wait to get to England. Predictably, our flight out of Fargo was delayed an hour. ...
... can return the favor when roles are reversed.
Well the trip is over but this blog entry is going to continue on a bit longer.
The final trip mileage is 9,214 as the odometer reads 65,859 as the car sits parked in the garage.
For the car guys and gals and as a matter of record for myself regarding the car...the repairs and many service stops along the way were ...
... reading for a bit, at the restaurant table, after we finish eating. He is reading about the crucifixion. Deepak says, “Yes, let’s keep reading.” Erick suggests going back to the car. So, we all climb back into the car and sit a while, while Erick finishes reading. We talk about Jesus showing himself to the apostles – He is risen and is really alive! Erick has stressed through the whole reading and talking ...
... I have decided to take the scenic route. An understatement to say the very least. This journey will take me to 10+ countries in the UK, Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia. Some call it stupid, others crazy. To some extent both are correct, however I say "why not? It's not every day life lets you press the pause ...