Lake Maria Camper Cabins

Address: Monticello, Minnesota, United States | Campground
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This campground, located in Monticello, is near Lake Maria State Park and Osowski's Flea Market and Orchard.
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Travel Blogs from Monticello

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A travel blog entry by extravaganza on Jul 31, 2013

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... well as the lake right down the stairs. We all fit comfortably and people just did whatever we wanted. Some swam, some sat, and some even napped. I however played pickleball for about four hours of my day...if our team has anything as an advantage over others it is competitiveness. John actually spent most of his afternoon either heckling me or yelling at me because I was in his team at ...


A travel blog entry by csawatzke on May 20, 2013

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... two daughters, Carol (19) and Mariana (17, almost 18) whom I consider my sisters and best-friends. These girls mean the world to me and have been so great to me.

What: I will be working and volunteering, as well as traveling. (And having a good time, of course!) My host-mom has recently, within the past two years, started up more than 10 (I want to say at least 15?) sandal stores. Just ...

Minnesota, July and August 2011

A travel blog entry by rgtraveller on Aug 21, 2011

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... to become Stanford University, where he met the love of his life Lou Henry and would later marry her. The first class of students of the University never paid a penny in tuition. Good thing they aren’t attending today! He made his fortune as a mining engineer, later to become Secretary of Commerce under Harding and believed that Volunteerism was the way of the future. He was known worldwide for his humanitarian efforts to feed the people ...

'Hagalena' Goes Sledding.... Whee!

A travel blog entry by aussienutzs on Jan 12, 2011

... Now I really look like a hag, hey honey?! The extra bonus fun bit to flying down the slope was the snow spray at the bottom of the hill. The kids found numerous ways to fly down the slope but Sauli's head-first trick was one I wasn't prepared to try. I was also on red alert with this baby brother of mine(OK Sauli this will be last time in this travelpod that I will call you 'baby' ) who I think wanted to wipe me out on the slopes. Then all too soon we had ...

Heading for Europe

A travel blog entry by rgtraveller on Sep 16, 2010


... first day: Catch the train to our hotel, check in, catch a train to Versailles, tour Versailles and the Gardens, catch the train back to central Paris and meet up with Jerry and Jeannette for a 6 p.m. dinner, followed by a night cruise on the Seine and then arrive back to the hotel, hopefully, by midnight. When she says "hit the deck running", she isn't kidding! I guess we'll sleep when we get back home!

We will have three days in Paris and ...