Candlewood Suites Bismarck

Address: 4400 Skyline Crossings, Bismarck, North Dakota, 58503, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4400 Skyline Crossings, Bismarck, is near North Dakota Heritage Center, State Capitol Building, Chateau de Mores State Historic Site, and North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame.
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Travel Blogs from Bismarck

Dinosaurs! North Dakota Heritage Center

A travel blog entry by vinceandemmy on Mar 04, 2015

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We took a small side trip today to Bismarck, ND. At the state capital there is a free museum that highlights things from North Dakota. There are displays from fossils up to the present day. It is one of the best free museums I have ever been to. Of course, the dinosaurs and mammoth displays were my favorite. I definitely recommend stopping here if you are ever passing through North Dakota.


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A chillaxed day in and around Bismarck

A travel blog entry by josaeliz on Sep 14, 2014

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After a fantastic breakfast we left for Fort Lincoln State Park. Happy to get out of the car we followed some trails. Terrorized by mosquitoes we speeded up the hike to get back to the car ;-). The rest of the day we were on the lookout for the Missouri, fascinated by it's majesty and beauty. Dinner at the local pub ended the day. We have not decided which way we are driving tomorrow, but we're heading for the Black Hills. Pictures will follow and you'll find out which way we ...

A long drive

A travel blog entry by josaeliz on Sep 13, 2014

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We left Glasgow later in the morning and had our first stop at Fort Peck. Fort Peck is famous for the big dam built in the 1930's. We continued to the confluence of the Missouri and the Yellowstone rivers (we had left the Yellowstone river a couple of days ...

Wet finale...

A travel blog entry by beach510 on Jun 11, 2014

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Today was a cool and very wet day in the Bismarck area. We toured the State Capitol building including the Roughrider Gallery...portraits of famous North Dakotans. We also toured the beautiful North Dakota Heritage Center. Due to the rain we passed on our planned Lewis & Clark Riverboat Cruise and headed to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park where we toured in the rain then happily stopped to camp for the night. Tomorrow we leave for ...

Lewis and Clark

A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Jun 27, 2013

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... 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 ...