Four Points By Sheraton Minneapolis Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Points By Sheraton Minneapolis Airport Richfield
Fabulous hotel, very clean, super comfy beds, quiet rooms.
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We were delayed for a 3 hours to Minneapolis, our layover flight. The airport at Minneapolis is quite large but we were able to find the hotel shuttle area. We waited about 1/2 hour eagerly awaiting our shuttle. After not seeing our shuttle, we decided we had better call the hotel. Looking around and trying to find a pay phone is almost impossible …
... marking or darkening of the load side of the insert. This would typically indicate excessive loading. It was not showing any sign of failure...just some excessive pressure. This cylinder had a different brand sparkplug in it. I broke a plug while working on the engine prior to installing it in the car just before the trip and I went to NAPA and had them provide me a plug of equal heat range...but they only had one in a different brand. I ...
... Andy awake for as long as possible. As ever, our answer is to go for a swim. We are staying at a hotel with access to a local gym. The pool is impressive but very, very deep (the shallow end is 5 ft). Of course this proves irresistible to Ethan who makes it a life priority to touch the bottom of the deep end (over 8 ft). After about 30 mins of this, he looks exhausted and I start to ...
... very pleasant person to converse with. By the time the train rolled into Minneapolis it was almost difficult getting off because there were so many things left unsaid - and looking back, I curse myself as a fool for not saying hello to her earlier. After all, the first thing I saw her do was get a beer, carry it back to where we were sitting, and make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for dinner out of ingredients from her bag - How could someone who does that not be ...