AmericInn Hotel & Suites Duluth South _ Black Woods Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as far as we can drive, then head south as far as we can drive, then circle around back to the west. The routes and destinations we visit are being decided as we go along, so we never know too far in advance where we'll end up. Which brings us today to a boat harbor in beautiful Duluth, Minnesota looking out our front window onto the water, sailboats in the slips and the working harbor beyond. We spent the evening out on the town, walking the lakefront along ...
... for the night in a KOA. After almost 300 miles bouncing and shaking along the winter ravaged, highway pavements of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, we were eager to get out of the RV and go out to dinner and do a bit of ...
We were on the road for 20hrs yesterday. Stayed at a Wall-mart overnight. I put on my pj's and went shopping. lol. I didn't but could have and I would have blended in. We.were on a road in Michigan where it was so straight that we didn't have to turn the steering wheel for 4hrs. We couldn't post in Michigan we were in a dead zone, the in tire state. In for a long day started at 6:30 am and will be on the road until late ...
The beginning of this new adventure for us began with saying goodbye to Duluth...and all of the material items we could stand to part with. Despite these efforts we still have too much junk. A full 12 feet in a semi, a pretty full Jeep, and a cargo carrier full that rides on top of the Jeep. Wish we had more time for cleaning, packing, and mostly friends and family...but we are so excited to begin the journey tomorrow :) Next stop: Billings, ...
... There were three cars to ride in on the Zephyr: a bilevel commuter car, 1950s coach car, and a 1918 heavyweight car. We rode north in the 1950s coach and back in the 1918 heavyweight. For lunch I thought Crabby Bill's sounded like a nice seafood place; wrong, it was a doughnut shop. We ate Lunch at Grandma's Bar & Grill. The car has needed an oil change for the last 1,200 miles. ...