Fairfield Inn & Suites Minneapolis Eden Prairie
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Normally we are running late to the airport. Like when we were going to Paris, we almost missed the plane, no seriously. They were paging us like crazy and we had to sprint to the gate.
Today though, we were on time but of course, the plane delayed. Why is it that when you're running late, the plane is early but when you're running on time, the plane is late? Go figure!!!!
From Minneapolis, we will fly to Chicago, then to Miami and after a 4 ...
... Mall of America. The mall is big with the stores in an outer circle and four levels leaving space for kiddie rides in the middle which included a roller coaster. I had a great meal in a barbecue restaurant comprising of a burger with brisket added to the burger meat, topped with pulled pork and two thick slices of jalapeno bacon with chip - Yum!
Wonder how hot it will get tomorrow?
... the water; Linda did it, but I could see me falling into the water hole or not being able to get up given my bum knee, so I supervised. Linda and Kellly then proceeded back up the hill with the water containers on their head; thank goodness, men carry them instead. I can report that we all made it safely to the top with all three containers still full Kelly and her siblings do this at least two times a day. Chlorine is added and the water is boiled. Next, Kelly and I ...
... pictures. We presented her parents with a bible in their Tonga language and Linda gave Kelly's Mother some metal cooking utensils wrapped up in her famous knitted wash cloths. The parents presented us with two decorative wall hangings that the Mother had made and two woven baskets. Kelly gave us some pictures that she had drawn showing some of the things in her daily life. After pictures and hugging, we started our journey to Matness's house. (Linda was finally able ...
... that had joined together to begin raising poultry and sheep and farm a large garden. As we drove up, there was a group of women singing welcoming us. After introductions ( at every stop, we meet the local people; it is customary to shake hands and introduce each other before any activity begins), we walked out to the garden which was about ninety yards square surrounded by a fence made out of branches to keep cows away. On the fence, they had four large sheets ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking