Best Western Bemidji Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Bemidji Inn
Very small but clean room. The biggest issue is the wall air conditioner which is old and very noisy. The bathroom is also very small.
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... hiked to today were really beautiful and the lush green surroundings make them far different that what we are used to. As has been the case for many of our stops, our timing was perfect. It seems that we were one step ahead of the crowd the entire way making parking easy and offering good opportunities to photograph the falls without interruption.
We discussed ...
... our favorite shops include: Tiger Lily's, Lundrigan's, Jenny & Company, and Christmas Point.
We shopped, enjoyed some lunch at the Village Square Cafe, and then shopped some more. Tom biked down, met us for lunch, and shopped for awhile with me before biking back to Cass Lake.
We spent a cool, lazy evening around the cabin, reading and playing games.
... as well as my Mom and Dad (who had also arrived this afternoon) at Ruttger’s Birchmont Lodge for a casual dinner on the outside patio, overlooking Lake Bemidji. As we did last year, Tom & I changed into biking clothes after dinner to take our bike ride around Lake Bemidji. We had to cut the ride a little shorter than last year (only 15 miles instead of 18), as the haze and a later start made darkness a bit of a problem toward the end. We also made a note ...
... Tom & I got on our bikes and hit the Heartland Trail down to Walker. The 24-mile trip was pleasant and a nice workout for me. We arrived in Walker at around 4:00, and after a quick ice cream cone break, Tom continued on his way another 23-ish miles to Park Rapids. I shopped for a bit, picking up the obligatory pound of Highlander Grogg (our favorite!), as well as a pound of Snickerdoodle coffee (something ...
... was famous for its rocks! It was in like a cove and the rocks wash up and they are famous for them. Agate, Breccia, sand stone, slate, jasper, limestone, quartz, etc. just to name a few! They are beautiful. I am also sending some pictures! Lake Superior is huge!!!!! And imagine it freezes!!!!! The wind kicked up while we were there and it was like the roughest ocean! We were bundled up! the girl in the rock shop said ...