Days Inn Duluth/By Miller Hill Mall
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Duluth/By Miller Hill Mall
overall we had a great experience with the days inn, they had a nice spa and work out room, had snacks during the day and a decent breakfast. the price was great, and was minutes from down town and across the street from a major shopping center. would stay here again next time .
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After checking into our hotel and doing our laundry, Ron, Scott, and I walked down to the lake shore. There are 3 light houses and a cool bridge all in one location, along with some nice places to eat.My feet were really tired when we got back, but it looks like I will have another 10,000 step day today.
... a day off, then take a week to three weeks off. Some just work the entire "season", then take off the winter. Makes sense. They have no place to spend their money and, when they get into town, they cannot get into trouble or no job.
Cindy, the RV park owner said her Dad used to be doctor ...
... we get back and he has time to edit the raw photos). While waiting for Travis to set up and take a million photos I filmed the falls with my GoPro. It is a bit challenging to know what you are filming because the GoPro doesn’t have a screen on the back like most recording devices. I’m excited to see what I captured today. I’m going to upload the videos to the computer tonight. I have over an hour on film ...
... had so many great flowering trees - she must have missed that one week in late May that they actually bloom. It's remarkable how late Spring arrives in this area - glad to be there for it.
... in the mid 80's and not a lot of traffic. Really a nice day's riding. Stopped at a couple of tourist markers to get a feel for this area and fund out that this has been a very interesting area over the years. One marker I stopped at commemorated a forest fire in 1977 that destroyed a huge section of the forest up here. According got the marker, in about fifteen more years (50 years since the fire) the area will have recovered to ...