Residence Inn Minneapolis Edina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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On this trip, my pride reared it’s ugly head in many ways. Often when servants travel “to help the needy,” we go thinking ‘we have the gifts to give.’ We have what they need. We go because we are needed, right? I struggled sometimes, on this trip, with my purpose. What gifts did I offer? How did I help? Was what I had to give “enough” to warrant spending so much money to travel ...
... 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 ...
... to the airport. Erick tells Deepak to find a restaurant for dinner and “If it is ok, can I keep reading?” Deepak says “Yes! It’s OK! Please!”
So, we go to a hotel restaurant and have the buffet. Again, too spicy for me but the rest of them enjoy! And actually, I find some noodles with a type of marinara red sauce to nibble on, so I get something! (What a pain it is to be a picky eater!)
... to try again on Monday. So, if the travel gods are with me, I
shall fly out on Monday, to New York, where I will be reunited with my
luggage (that did get out on the flight). On Tuesday, I will then
hopefully catch the flight direct to Istanbul. Lets hope the travel
gods are with me and I make it to Istanbul, only 3 days late. ...
... down into! Today they are blacktopped over and not bad roads!
There is also a noticeable increase in the number of personal automobiles on the road, especially in Accra. And not just are they personal vehicles, but there are many very nice ones: BMW's, Mercedes, Land Cruisers, and so forth. Considering that the sticker price of a Volkswagon in Accra is higher than for the same vehicles back in America, I can only imagine what the ...