Country Inn By Carlson

Address: 300 South Highway 3, Northfield, Minnesota, 55057, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 300 South Highway 3, Northfield, is near Northfield Historical Society Museum, Cowling Arboretum at Carleton College, and Northfield Arts Guild.
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Travel Blogs from Northfield

Off we go!

A travel blog entry by leaholden on Jul 19, 2015

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... ve appreciated. This photo was taken before we were even out of the state.

It wasn’t long after that it was taken that even more was added. I’m not sure how we didn’t blow a fuse, which I'm pretty sure we didn't have with us. We had just about anything else we could need, knowing Corey and the level of preparedness she has - but I'm pretty sure there would have had to be a stop at an automotive shop of some sort if we'd lost that fuse. Along with some cussing.

Drip, Drip, Drip

A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Sep 06, 2013

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... Delta free donuts and muffins (Tim Horton, of
course) and coffee and Pepsi products in the boarding lounge mollified us, at
least a bit. The Pepsi products gift was remarkable as Delta is and has always
been a 100% exclusive Coca-Cola account. The Vancouver airport, however, is a
100% exclusive Pepsi-Cola account. So, for the first time in my more than one
million miles on Delta, they served me a Diet Pepsi. Sweet.

At ...

Tom Returns After 38 Years!

A travel blog entry by bushaw on Jun 26, 2013

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... we might be the only ones here), with a common kitchen (stocked with continental breakfast items) and a nice lounge area.

We lathered up with sunscreen (the sun was actually out and it was rather humid and hot) and I gave Ruth a tour of the campus. Lots was familiar, but lots had changed, too. Quite a few new buildings and quite a few that have been repurposed or significantly remodeled. The walk around brought back many memories. Some of the things that looked ...

Journey to Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by natchan on Jun 18, 2013

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Waiting at the MSP airport to start my 2 week journey in Hong Kong to see family, eat amazing food, and enjoy my time off before going back to school. I remembered to pack all my documents and credit cards for HK but forgot to bring my US credit cards so I won't be buying anything during my many US layovers!! Fingers ...

8. Minneapolis, Minnesota

A travel blog entry by memamzadeh on Jul 22, 2012

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... our second itinerary fatality: Sioux Falls, SD.

We visited the Mall of America (did you know this was developed by 2 Iranians?). We spent most of our time in the 7-acre, indoor Nickelodeon Amusement Park, including some surprisingly good roller coasters. Our favorite was Spongebob's Glove Park coaster, with a 180-degree vertical drop.

Grant scored some Lego loot, and the girls got ...