Days Inn Monticello

Address: 200 E Oakwood Drive, Monticello, Minnesota, 55362, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 200 E Oakwood Drive, Monticello, is near Osowski's Flea Market and Orchard, Mississippi Drive Park, and Monticello Mercantile.
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      Home Again

      A travel blog entry by suzywatson on Apr 04, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... was spent packing up and saying goodbye. A word about packing: you can never bring too many ziplock bags with you! I use them for so many things. The frankincense and myrrh alone required three to be sure they didn't smell up a whole suitcase! It was difficult to say goodbye to many members of the crew who had become such good friends on this and past cruises. I doubt we will be back on Black Watch so it is unlikely we will see any of them again. Sunday we were ...

      Progress is Seldom Simple....

      A travel blog entry by laowaibensen on Jun 13, 2012

      2 photos

      ... and if your doctor is any where near as cantankerous as mine it's gonna be awhile, so get in quick and get as many things done in a single appointment as you can. Follow ups are a [exploitative].

      Once you get all your stuff back from you school you'll have to mail in your passport, (NOT TO THE CONSULATE!) the two documents they sent you, the medical hell-form (depending on the visa service you use) and a ...

      Minnesota, July and August 2011

      A travel blog entry by rgtraveller on Aug 21, 2011

      9 photos

      ... at the beginning of World War I. Hoover was the first President to be born west of the Mississippi River. During his career he accomplished so much, including proposing a federal Department of Education (not passed), advocated a $50/month pension for Americans over 65 (not passed – Roosevelt would later be given credit for this act – i.e., the beginning of Social Security), giving children the right to health care, closing down ...

      Visiting Cabellas - Fishing and Hunting Anyone?

      A travel blog entry by aussienutzs on Jan 19, 2011

      67 photos

      ... chock full of blokes. I'd guess there were close to thirty blokes hoeing into their meals telling probably their latest fishing and hunting stories to each other. I think I only saw one woman amongst them. Obviously, this was a blokey store. Sauli and I tried an elk burger while Peter tried the bison. Hard to say what the taste reminded us of … possibly beef but different. Had to laugh how much the boys were copying their dad…. they ...

      Heading for Europe

      A travel blog entry by rgtraveller on Sep 16, 2010


      ... catch the Eurostar (the chunnel express) and arrive in London, England. There we will join up with our bus tour group for a whirlwind trip through Europe.

      Our itinerary will be 2 nights in London, 2 nights in Amsterdam, 2 nights in Berlin, 2 nights in Prague, 2 nights in Vienna, 1 night in Ljubljana (which is the capital of Slovenia), 1 night in Venice (unfortunately we thought we would have a couple of nights - oh well), 2 nights in Rome, ...