Kelly Inn Fargo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... time at their home where we went for a loooong visit and dinner.
The day of the wedding finally dawned and after visiting with more relatives we headed for St. Michael's Church in Grand Forks. It reminded me very much of our cathedral in downtown Nashville, except they still had a lot of statuary surrounding the main altar. The wedding was one of the most beautiful I had attended in a long time. The priest did a great job and it was obvious that he knew both the ...
290 miles later a bout 40 miles west of Fargo ND good going the Mouse and his tail are doing well. The Huterites came over to visit. Wasn't sure if they wanted more moonshine or the women Stopped at the city History center and met Bill and Liane. Who brought us to the city park. You just can't beat people like ...
... plane. We didn't stop to chat but we all expressed our surprise as we passed him by. Maybe we can catch up with him at the end of this flight.
Later - in Chicago...
We did talk with Dr. Munoz and his wife. They are on their way to Peru for two months.
Because Fargo didn't give us boarding passes to get out of Chicago, we had to leave security, take a shuttle to Terminal 5, find the Korean Air desk and check in. Here's the kicker:
... check in due to too short of a layover in Dublin, Ireland. I played phone tag with numerous people from Orbitz, American Airlines, and British Airways. Thank goodness for Cheryl at the Fargo airport for giving me direction on who to contact. After 3 hours on the phone I was finally connected with someone from British Airways who was ...
... performing show to any audience who would watch. And he left just as quickly as he arrived here, leaving unanswered question that stuck to me. While in Bismarck I came across the Missouri River, and all of its awe. On the east bank it looked and smelt like the east with eastern grass; and on the west was pure west with brown grass, water scorings, and small ...