Country Inn & Suites St. Cloud West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After our break, we started off again, with some 32 miles to go. Still a decent tailwind, a generally level road, and lovely scenery. At ...
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The breakdown of the travel numbers: Total Days in Europe: 111 Countries Visited: 8 Days in: London: 79 Paris: 3 Scotland: 3 Italy: 9 Prague: 3 Wales: 3 Switzerland: 3 Greece: 8 Miles Traveled: 17,545 miles (According to my Travelpod map) Average Steps Walked per Day: 28 thousand (they say to aim for 10 thousand a day) Total Steps Walked: 3 million …
Our Christmas vacation continues. We continue to have good road conditions, however, the cold prairie winters we remember have descended upon us the last few days. We drove into Winnipeg yesterday and enjoyed a visit with B and Alvin. This morning we braved -33 (-40 or more with the windchill) temperatures as we headed south to St. Cloud Minnesota. Tomorrow we will carry on to Aurora Illinois near ...
... through the lively towns of Freeport, Holdingford and Bowlus. Other little ghost towns had lost their struggle to survive. Abandoned buildings lined the main street, rusty grain elevators stood by the rail trail waiting for the trains that will never return. I imagined how life might have been back in the heyday, when logging ...