AmericInn Lodge & Suites Bismarck
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Stayed here and went to The Bistro for supper
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Bismarck, ND...Nice hotel last night. And in the morning, they have a free breakfast...toast, eggs, sausages, waffles, cereal, yogurt, coffee, juice, fruit, etc...too bad we were still full from last night! Today's adventures took us from Bismarck up around Lake Sakakawea, and on to Williston to pick up the motorhome. We were looking for future …
We continued our travels east making a quick stop in the state capital of North Dakota Bismarck. The day we arrived the temperature was 90°. The day we ventured to the capital a cold front moved down from Canada dropping the temperature for the days high at 50 degrees with pouring rain. So I was unable to ...
Our longest day traveling, 408 miles. Just good road and weather along the way. We have been blessed.
We did see power line construction using helicopters. Not my cup of tea. They ran for miles on end and will take a long time to complete.
We crossed over at Fargo into North Dakota for the first time. I guess that's not totally correct. We did pass through while on the train coming ...
... 8217;m definitely in the Great Plains now, the area surrounding Bismarck is flat and nearly treeless. You get views for miles, though there's really not much to look at (go figure). Farming is big here. Like, that's pretty much all there is. During parts of the trip today it was possible to imagine what it looked like 200 years ago when the boys were working their way up the river. I’m looking forward to ...
From St Cloud we headed northwest toward Bismarck, North Dakota. It was a beautiful drive through the green hills of Minnesota, still mostly growing corn. We began noticing huge metal poles lying along side the highway, as if they had been felled by a giant metal jack, or perhaps a stink bug infestation! And further on, we saw that the poles were now upright and evenly spaced, but with no wires strung between them. But then, the most exciting thing of all: in ...