Americinn Two Harbors
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Two Harbors
... hotel is pretty nice. We plan on getting breakfast on the road tomorrow since the hotel charges for breakfast, but our parking was included which is rare for a downtown hotel. The room is a really nice size. Once we get to a normal small hotel room, we will be really claustrophobic after these nice big rooms.
... home team was playing. This is not even minor leagues. It's a college league, where these "boys" come from all over to play in the summer league. The Duluth Grizzlies versus the Green Bay Bullfrogs. Gotta love it. AND, we sat next to a few people that had season tickets ! We had a great time listening ...
... we get back and he has time to edit the raw photos). While waiting for Travis to set up and take a million photos I filmed the falls with my GoPro. It is a bit challenging to know what you are filming because the GoPro doesn’t have a screen on the back like most recording devices. I’m excited to see what I captured today. I’m going to upload the videos to the computer tonight. I have over an hour on film ...
Just leaving Wisconsin, Lake Superior and the clouds behind. lookin forward to seeing my hometown in about 4.5 hrs'! Mara just got back in the car after getting some food on a store and said "The people are so friendly"...This is not NY, Baby! I'm ready for a hometown ...
We decided to take a drive today to check out as much of the northern part of the state as possible. It's sooooooo windy that we don't want to drive Klyed anywhere. We (just by chance) saw a sign for Gooseberry Falls State Park and waterfalls. Hmmm...okay.
The trail was probably 3 or 4 miles long. It started at the midway falls and then went down to lower falls, across a bridge ...