Four Points By Sheraton Minneapolis Airport
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Fabulous hotel, very clean, super comfy beds, quiet rooms.
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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. ...
Wow, i cant believe how close it is!! in just 6 hours i will be at my friends house on our way to the airport. I can FINALLY say i am all packed and ready to go! i feel like i have more food than anything else. I guess that is what happens when you have food allergies. =] but lets just say i will not run out of food for the week and i will have a variety of options if I'm allergic to the food they are feeding us! I am not going to lie, that is probably ...
... but I know that is your own special, weird way of showing your love and concern for me. Thank you for all your help in packing, planning, advice, support, love, and the endless stream of puppy photos while I was away. All of those things and more made this trip possible for me. Love you both to heaven and back <3
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... and Paul took us to the beautiful rose and Japanese gardens which are part of the extensive Twin Cities park system and as you can see, we got some great photos of the kids playing. We wish we had more time to spend in the Twin Cities, a place we got to visit quite often during our years in Madison, and to enjoy Kitty and Paul’s hospitality, but the Wisconsin homeland call was getting ...
... the Baltimore Ravens. Charlie Batch settled the Steelers’ quarterback question by throwing the dumbest interception during the final drive of the game. Sadly, he is no Roethlisberger on the field. The remainder of the day was spent at the park with our niece and nephew, Sylvia (8) and Felix (6). They have grown so much since the last we saw them in June; their smarts get scarier and their hearts grow bigger by the day. They were very concerned with ...