Expressway Inn of Bismarck
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We didn't leave Hugo until 11:15 this morning. We had lunch in Albertville, MN and drove straight through to Valley City, ND to get gas. Gas was 2.59 a gallon. We ended up reaching Best Western right before 7PM. We decided to have dinner at the restaurant on site and we ...
... 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 ...
We took a small side trip today to Bismarck, ND. At the state capital there is a free museum that highlights things from North Dakota. There are displays from fossils up to the present day. It is one of the best free museums I have ever been to. Of course, the dinosaurs and mammoth displays were my favorite. I definitely recommend stopping here if you are ever passing through North Dakota.
... uneventful. It reminded me of my all time worst business trip nearly 20 years ago. I flew into Minneapolis in mid-November and had three appointments scheduled in northwest Minnesota and eastern North Dakota (radio stations - I actually listened to one of them for a few minutes during the trip today!). A storm was just getting going (obviously not their first one of the season, because there was already ...
... offering $25,000 cubes for sale; 80 square feet of “temporary housing,” with two bunks, a flat-screen TV, a refrigerator, and a fold-out table inside. Workers need to be housed, and major oil companies are renting entire floors of hotels and apartments in the area. They are also building “man-camps” to meet the need. Man-camps are pretty much what you’d think – a place to sleep, and a place to eat, ...