AmericInn Lodge & Suites Grafton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We had great visit with Art and Virginia. Again, I forgot to take pictures - the camera was in the truck - my BAD. We also had a chance to explore TRF. I found the house that Don and Tress lived. I also seen the candy store which is now an Edward Jones Investment office. We also stopped at the beach part on the Thief River. We enjoyed our visit to TRF and headed back to Detroit Lakes.
Chuck and Sheila Noel.
... in the Swiss Alps and ends at the North Sea. A number of navigational locks are found along the route as the river descends. Each river cruise highlights different cities and towns along the rivers' banks. On this trip, we will make the following stops. Excursions are also planned. <ul><li>Basel, Switzerland</li><li>Strasbo urg, France</li><li>Germersheim ...
Europeans love the Christmas season, especially the Germans. Even when Mom and I visited Germany in the summer of 2012, we were taken to a Christmas shop by the tour guide. Christmas appears to be a season to be celebrated all year long. Now we will be back in December and I know that the locals will do justice to the event.
Just imagine Bavaria, with all ...
I started this blog so that you can all see the amazing places that I will be visiting while I study abroad in Lyon, France! I am very excited to start my adventure and I hope you enjoy following along with me!
... get together (consider work, school, interests, ages, etc.) - dive into the brochures (Uniworld River Cruises) - book long in advance (June 2013) - find flights that are less likely to be storm-bound (February 2014) - plan for extended stays (Matchullis in Amsterdam and Macson in Berlin) - check the local weather (1C to 8C) - pack lightly (please Grandma!) - and off you go (December ...