No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews AmericInn Burnsville
Travel Blogs from Burnsville
... socks and sneakers instead of shorts and sandals! My feet were at least comfortable though- and there's nothing worse than sore feet when you have to walk lots of places! I enjoyed my time at Minnehaha Park. The waterfall there is awesome! Fast moving and quite intense! I also met some nice guys at the bicycle rental place there and they got me some water and we chatted for at least an hour! Seems like people in Minnesota are quite intrigued to hear an Australian accent... I ...
... camping. With our fabulous timing we had arrived on some crazy big weekend for the area as it was the opening day for their local Renaissance festival. Saw some interesting wenches and merry maids in the KOA bathrooms the next few days.
We got right back into the swing of camping by making a pesto pasta with one of our favorite gourmet ingredients...HOT DOGS!. I am telling myself they are a good source of protein...and surely very low in sodium...right?
... you could even purchase your tickets in advance... if you lived in Mexico.
So even after I’d made all my other travel arrangements, the bus ticket was my one loose end. Well, not the only one.
I spoke to Luis one last time in March, telling him the dates I’d be in Mexico and what time I would arrive so he could arrange my stay at El Campamento Tortuguero (tortuga means “turtle”). He told me food and lodging ...
... GUTTED. This means that I can;t use my hard drive. Before throwing it away in tears, I decided to go online and see if it's fixable. Apparently it is, you just have to buy a new case. I found a youtube video that showed me how to remove the casing and it didn't look too hard, so I went to the lobby to ask for a screw driver, and spent a good hour trying to dismantle, while Kt waited in the ...
... committee in Africa all had needles in their hands. The Yellow Fever vaccine is the last, hopefully, and needs to be done around six weeks before departure, which should give me plenty of time from now.
I am starting to think about what I am going to do with all of my stuff. Of course I will be keeping some of it, hopefully Grandpa and Janice let me borrow a closet at their house, but not a lot. If all goes to plan I will be able to sell everything ...