Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Cottage Grove

8350 East Point Douglas Road, Cottage Grove, Minnesota, 55016, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 8350 East Point Douglas Road, Cottage Grove, is near Mississippi Dunes Golf Links, Historic Downtown, and Zywiec's Berryland Farms.
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Travel Blogs from Cottage Grove

Where did the time & miles go?!

A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Apr 26, 2014

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... those kind that clap on and off? Well, I'm much too young for one of those, but I sure love the one I bought! It turns on when it's touched...gets brighter until the 4th touch and then it turns off. Drop in sometime and I'll let you play with it!

We left TX to join Florence's nieces and nephews in Tulsa, OK for a visit and an Easter brunch. Robyn joined us for a day of play in a nearby town where we found a plants and herbs street fair going ...

Face to Face encounters

A travel blog entry by cctaylor on Jul 17, 2013

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... own produce on their restaurant farm. I can't begin to tell you how nice it was to finally sit face to face with Steve after so many telephone calls and Skype conversations. There is nothing more to say about this evening than it was utterly delightful and I can't wait to get back there and do it all again. The Graner Family - we loved every minute with you and wish we could have spent more time in Minnesota to spend more time with you all. We hope you ...

A dream takes flight

A travel blog entry by kuerbis on May 07, 2013

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... the man sitting across the aisle from me that he was in the other man's seat. The upper middle aged man (old? He didn't seem extremely old, but he wasn't young) got up and came to sit next to me. By the way he had talked I could tell he had an accent and was foreign. I wasn't sure where, and I didn't really know the "rules" on talking to people or not. I was always sort of mystified by the people on buses who just started talking to the person next to them, and was ...

The road goes on forever

A travel blog entry by lcridd on Aug 19, 2012

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... In all the countries, the border involved parking the car, walking around, standing in lines in the sun, fending off beggars and merchants, and inevitably making friends with someone. So when we left Mexico and entered the US we were expecting to spend an hour doing paperwork on the Mexican side and an unknown amount of time going through immigration and customs on the US side. However, to leave the Mexican side we went through a drive through ...

Isle Royale to Minneapolis

A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 11, 2011

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... and I take a walk, and we chat with an Australian couple who have been driving around the US in a camper for the last three years.

The lake is choppy. As noon approaches, a woman calls out, “Dramamine, anyone?” We all decline. Last time I had it, I fell asleep. I also have never been seasick after learning how to keep my eyes on the horizon so I figure I don’t need it. The weather has slowed the ferry down and it’s half an hour late.
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