AmericInn Lodge & Suites Park Rapids
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Park Rapids
... across and ankle deep. As you can see from the pictures it's a big tourist attraction. We just left Bismarck, North Dakota where we spent the night. Tonight we will stop in Glasgow, Montana and tomorrow we will be in Shelby, Montana for 4 days. Till next time. ...
We spent 2 nights in Duluth. We stopped here to visit our ex neighbors and it is on the way to Park Rapids. We were glad we did. Duluth is a very beautiful city. It is Minnesota's version of San Francisco. The majority of the town is on the side of a hill. I don't know how they handle that in the winter. It's on Lake Superior and is a major hub for freighters that sail the Great Lakes. We stayed in a marina that is a campground in the summer and boat storage in the ...
... from early morning until evening. We got up on the 8th and drove through North Dakota. We stopped at the painted canyon in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It was a beautiful spot. We continued on until we were just outside of Fargo, ND. Believe me you really do not need to see the past two days of driving. It was pretty in its own right, ...
... I've said this already, but the headwaters are stunningly beautiful. Lake Itasca empties over some rocks into the creek that forms the Mississippi. At the source it is only about 20 feet wide and a foot deep. Crazy to think that it will turn into the mighty Mississippi that has sustained so many communities along its path to the Gulf. There are a set of rocks that are placed so you ...
... Well, thanks. Bye
I did have more second thoughts but I only had to drive through the blizzard for another 60 miles. Needless to say, it was heavy snow and I went pretty slow, but I had a truck to follow and made it just fine. Once I crossed into Minnesota the roads were hit or miss. Some of the highways were plowed better than others, but all were passable. The back roads were an adventure. I don't think I have ever felt ...