AmericInn Lodge & Suites Bemidji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... area nearby (15 miles) or a private RV park. Given the choice between public and private campgrounds, we usually choose public but we did some research anyway on other possible sites. Most private camps were charging $45, one charged $25 and the Lake Lasalle was $34 with full hookups. A bit pricey for public campground but it was near Lake Itasca so we drove there and found the one remaining site. Turns out the $34 did ...
Up at 5am...which is 4am, Calgary time and over to the airport by 5:30...Josh, Mel and Bronwyn are taking off as I write this. We can see the airport from our parking spot...there they go.... When Ron came back we spent a couple of hours choosing to keep or jettison food, packing clothes, shoes, stuff....amazed at how we managed to get the car loaded....and, of course we have the canoe and bicycle on the roof of the car ...
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... problems. Since there are still some problems to be solved, I guess we'll just have to take this up again next year!
Tom went for his last bike ride, this time around Cass Lake (about 30 miles), while I went on my last tax-free clothes shopping trip to the little mall in Bemidji, where I found some great deals. Jared came with me and got himself some shirts for the new job he'll start at the University of Wisconsin next week. We picked up pizza at Dave's ...
We arrived before dark at the KOA campground just west of Bemidji, after crossing the very beginnings of the mighty Mississippi River that is a small creek here. The next day we met our next-site neighbours Bill and Karen Head from Winnipeg. After checking out, we drove into town where we saw the giant statues of Paul Bunyan (wearing a Shriner's fez) and Babe the Blue Ox, a little yellow submarine, and some fanciful statues made from scrap metal parts.