Expressway Inn of Bismarck
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> Bismarck and took a ride on the Lewis and Clark Riverboat. We only went a few miles downstream on the 2 hour cruise but this section of the river is much the same as when LC traveled it. It still has shifting sandbars and
floods periodically. The last flood in 2011 put about 6’ of water over the campground. The banks of the river contain many large
cottonwoods some of which are over ...
... space was reserved for someone coming in that evening from Illinois. So we had to move to another spot just a couple spaces down, which took most of an hour. It was nearly 4:00 and had grown hot and muggy by the time we were able to head up to Fort Abraham Lincoln to sightsee.
Built in 1872 as Fort McKean, it had originally been an infantry post against the Indians. But infantry proved ineffective, so cavalry was moved in late that ...
Our longest day traveling, 408 miles. Just good road and good weather along the way. We have been blessed.
We did see power line construction using helicopters. Not my cup of tea. They ran for miles on end and will take a long time to complete.
We crossed over at Fargo into North Dakota for the first time. I guess that's not totally correct. We did pass through while on the train ...
... snow on the ground), and about five minutes after leaving the airport I turned on the wipers in the rental car and they didn’t work. I tried to turn around, but chose the exit poorly (this is before cell phones or GPS) and had a 20-minute detour through town before getting back to the airport and getting a different car. Long story short – I was late for every appointment on that trip, had to walk ...
... on amenities. Target Logistics has almost 3,000 bedrooms under management, covering hundreds of miles around Williston. Halliburton relocated housing units from the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics Village to Williston for its workers. Former New England Patriot Jarvis Green owns a construction company building a 500-person man-camp in Watford City, south of Williston. Companies are paying an average of $120 per night to house and ...