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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
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... was built in 1959, so is the same age as Darryl. There was also a small historical village which was really nice.
We left there and drove on to Fargo, where we are staying the night.
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... of Fort Collins in Colorado.
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I like the way in Galway you just get to pick where you want to sit, but I also hate when you're early and you ...
This entry is only to keep my map current. We came across the eastern part of North Dakota, past Fargo and into Minnesota where we stayed at a great city park for the night. All grass and, with ************e there, peaceful.
I went for a run in the morning and then we headed across Minnesota towards Duluth...past ALL those lakes in Minnesota! So many of them.
... for display and interaction at the Fargo-Moorhead Visitor's Center. Oh for pete's sake, I'm going to let that sink in.
For those of you who need/want a refresher, here's a link to that amazing (but graphic!) scene: Fargo Woodchipper Scene.
I was alerted to this by Bobbie Delaney, a friend from my hometown ...
... to build a ship and sail it to Norway. It took him about 9 years from choosing the trees, planing them into boards, etc until the ship was ready to go. A crew of 12 took the ship overland to Duluth, then through Lake Superior and other waterways to New York and finally across to Norway. At least two of his sons and one daughter were crew members. They had a tough time in Lake Superior when a big storm hit. ...