AmericInn Lodge & Suites Wahpeton
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... which included four large computer labs (mostly Macs), a number of COW (computers on wheels) trolleys and iPad carts. The school has also recently purchased a considerable number of ChromeBooks. This is a trend I've observed at a number of schools on my travels. ChromeBooks are a relatively inexpensive solution (around $300 USD) which relies heavily on web-based open sourced software and cloud services to operate. This obviously has real advantages in improving access to ...
... look for in Fargo. I think pretty well made do with the best bike shop in the Midwest, the Plains art museum, the Fargo Theater, and of course McDonalds. The city impressed me, and if I ever again find myself in North Dakota, I would devote some time there. Kindred ND > Fargo ND > Rothsay MN, 71 miles, day ...
... each housing two full grown men. There is no alcohol allowed on site, the mess halls are enormous, and they are impeccably, remarkably clean. Other solutions have been to purchase hotels, campgrounds, and apartment buildings in the area. The hotels are usually reserved for traveling executives, but they are now privately owned buildings, operated by contract, and closed to the public. Campgrounds are not open to public either, rather they have become ...
... back, I put on my French lesson (it's going very well, I can introduce myself, count to 100 kind of, and say what I want to eat), and powered through the day's meandering and windy ride. See photos for a map of the 102 miles. Going straight for so long does allow you to appreciate a change in scenery. My maps show lighter colors at lower elevations, and as the Fargo area is a huge valley, the map turned from bright green to a mellow yellow by the end of the day. The scenery did ...
... because as I was going to be leaving at 6ish to try and avoid the heat, they prepared a breakfast for me as they wouldn't be up - yoghurts, fresh strawberries, breads, some pastries they made specially which I would enjoy immensely the next morning. This kindness plus a big bed and a decent pizza overlooking a small lake with the largest Pelican model in the world brought a close to the first grueling day back in the saddle.