Candlewood Suites Bismarck
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... for a day so we can make sure the RV works ok. Although the Lake Skakwea itself is pretty spectacular, the various campgrounds were not. We have stayed in similar sites in the past, where there is no water or sewer, just electric...but this time we need to hook everything up and make sure we have all our power etc. So, we may head into Montana when we pick up the rig just so we can find a campsite...We stopped at one campsite called 4 Bears Casino, which said ...
... Dakota and special busses where running back and force, as parking was limited. Luckily for me there was two soccer matches on that day, so it was a day of beer burgers and football.
The fire works that evening was something else. It only is completely dark around here at 22.00 but they started at 21.30 and went on until midnight. We sat up on a hill having a 180 degree panoramic view of the town of Bismarck and surrounding suburbs. ...
... in the morning: the Missouri River runs through it (which means L&C were here!).
Finished my laundry, grabbed dinner, set up the tent, and now it’s just battling the mosquitoes until bedtime. I'm in a KOA in Bismarck tonight - easily the busiest campground of the trip so far for me. I'm not used to sharing! But it's clean and the people are nice, and I'm not sleeping on rocks tonight. Life is ...
... motels. Very nice pool and therapeutic whirlpool. Although it takes longer, it is nice to be downtown to see the city centre and walk around a bit. We found an interesting restaurant called the Toasted Frog for dinner. We took a short walk around the neighbourhood. Older Art Deco buildings such as the Court House and the Auditorium. We like Bismarck. One thing Jack picked up right away was the flat Midwestern accent. They do not use tonal inflections when they ...
... in the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Centre in Washburn. A replica of Fort Mandan is located 4 miles outside the town. The original fort was probably 'swallowed' by the Missouri River in its permanent change of course, and it has never been found.
My internet connection did not work in Cooperstown, so upon arriving in Washburn, I went into the county history museum and asked if they had WiFi. They did ...