Paynesville Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Started the day with a stop at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. It’s like a huge school gymnasium with a stage for shows, and all the murals, inside and out, are made with various colours of corn cobs. Very cool actually.
After that it was pretty much driving all day with a few rest stops … and that’s it. Mostly I like the prairies - the different crops, the wetlands, the dips, humps and hollows and ...
We're off on our next trip. We started out this morning, and first took a visit to Albertville Outlets for shopping. Later we headed to Sam's uncle and aunt's house in St Cloud. Ate Carol's homemade dumplings for supper. Excellent! 我們又出發 ...
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On the road again to Minnesota. The route we took to join the highway was more scenic: corn, cows and rolling hills, green pastures, well-kept farmhouses and barns - all very picturesque. We passed through a town called West Baraboo which was the winter residence of the Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus and home to the World Circus Museum. (If we had only more time, we would have stopped). AND at last! service areas that had trees and real picnic tables and ...