Quality Inn Bemidji
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Travel Blogs from Bemidji
We arrived before dark at the KOA campground just west of Bemidji, after crossing the very beginnings of the mighty Mississippi River that is a small creek here. The next day we met our next-site neighbours Bill and Karen Head from Winnipeg. After checking out, we drove into town where we saw the giant statues of Paul Bunyan (wearing a Shriner's fez) and Babe the Blue Ox, a little yellow submarine, and some fanciful statues made from scrap metal parts.
... going through Canada and then down through Fort Frances/International Falls and we will meet up in Wisconsin. We are sitting right beside a beautiful lake this morning, but the furnace is cranking away to warm up the RV...so no plans to put the canoe in this morning cause neither of us wants to have to step in the water to put in or take out the canoe. Hope all is well with everyone. Take ...
... would be by snow mobile (or to walk-yikes) across the lake! It was about a 40 minute ride by slow ferry and a 15 minute ride by fast ferry. They put out Christmas trees across the ice and you cross at your own risk! We took our bikes over and road the eight miles around the island. They have a very famous hotel there called The Grand Hotel which has the longest porch in the world. If you get a chance, just type ...
... another movie (Pacific Rim...all about monsters and robots, I guess). Tom is reading "Gone Girl" and also "Ender's Game." And I'm reading "Devil in the White City." Chloe has been having a blast swimming with her cousins today, and is now going over to their cabin for a little "party."
Since we'll be leaving in the morning, I think it's time for me to wrap up this year's Lake Log with my handy-dandy summary:
Dates: June ...
... around the resort, playing volleyball, riding in boats, etc., with the other kids at the resort.
When we got back to the resort we sat down for a nice dinner, and then got ready to host "coffee time" at our cabin. We had the whole gang over for ice cream sundaes, and again enjoyed chatting and sharing our stories. Everyone is gone now, and the cabin is quiet and clean. One more day in our little Minnesota paradise. "Real life" seems very far away right now.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed