AmericInn Lodge & Suites Austin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we went to mail the box, see the bank and went to spend Lee's $25.00 he got from his retirement at Cabela's . Back to the camper to update our blog. So just a bit about what we are doing.
Here is a clue for where we are heading next. Come on and try to guess. The name of the place is the Native American name for two rivers flow through it.
We left Chicago early Saturday morning (9/13). Jeff and Mark made us a nice breakfast, helped us load the car and we were off. First tourist stop was the Spam Museum in Austin, MN. I did not realize Spam does not contain any snout or hoof...just premium pork shoulder. People were walking out with cases of this stuff. ...
... the guys won't have such a long day on the road tomorrow.
We found a cute little campground off I90 called Yogi Bears Jellystone Campground. They assigned us a couple of really nice sites where our coaches could face each other door to door which gives you a great shared space between you. We set up camp and toasted to Jellystone and our new mirror. We were back on schedule and no worse for the wear! Like Nick says....don't sweat the small ...
So what was supposed to be a long boring driving day was broken up by stopping off at the cheesiest, kitschest, most ridiculous place of pilgrimage I have ever been to in my life: The SPAM Museum in Austin, Minnesota. Yep, that's right, the makers of the quality luncheon meat that is SPAM have created a frighteningly large and interactive museum to show off their wares, espouse their virtues, and flog you SPAM branded tat. SPAM flavoured lip glaze ...
... of natural scenery on a small scale complete with mountains, rivers and islands.
Then on to Grant Park, where we found Agora, a collection of over a hundred 9ft headless cast-iron statues, a curious commentary on group behaviour.
After battling some brutal traffic, we were finally free of the metropolis.
Mapquest told us ...