Fairfield Inn Mankato

Address: 141 Apache Place, Mankato, Minnesota, 56001, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 141 Apache Place, Mankato, is near Red Jacket Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Mankato

    Like all successful movies there's a part 2

    A travel blog entry by rich_s on Sep 30, 2014

    ... Oh and me and Lewis did a bungy jump off a 136ft ledge which was attached to a cable car which was over hanging a canyon?! Safe to say hangover is an understatement for the days after queenstown.. What an amazing place!! We spent the next few days travelling through Christchurch aka ghostown, It was like a zombie movie game town?! Finally we ended up in aukland ready for the next adventure... Oh and some sunshine so off to fiji ...

    Hello Happy Campers

    A travel blog entry by laz-adventures on Aug 02, 2013

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    ... staying on the lot tonight - hooked up to water and electric. Tomorrow Gary will learn on to put the rig on the hitch and then we will head up to his brother's house for dinner and spend the night there. We will plan a new route home to avoid Sturgis run and I will fill you in once I know where we are going.

    This happy camper is a tired one tonight so I'll sign off and let you know what tomorrow brings. ...

    This must be jet lag

    A travel blog entry by sarayakirby on Nov 21, 2011

    ... I brought hats and scarves. I will get heaps more pictures today while its light, but so far I have remembered to take a fair few photos given we have been mostly on planes (where we sat separately) and in the airports. People in Minnesota are really nice although I will admit I was a little worried in LA because there seemed to be some very cranky people in the airport (particularly in customs). Customs in LA was interesting ...

    In Retrospect...The Rhyme and Reason

    A travel blog entry by isimbrr2011 on Jul 24, 2011

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    ... mountains to the starker desert mountains in the west. From cool mountain rains to the parched desert heat. All beautiful in their own ways. It was designed to give us a taste of the big cities...Washington, D.C., Nashville, Dallas and Los Angeles. We were also to see cities of varying size and small towns buried in the mountains and in the desert. From working towns to kitschy towns. Contrasts between huge cities like Dallas and sleepy Waynesboro and Mount Airy. We were to ...

    MSU could eat Unity

    A travel blog entry by lizplusducky on Mar 17, 2010

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    ... situation, but they didn't show. At 1:30, I had a meeting with my adviser, Dr. Scott Wurdinger. He is a great person. He told me a lot about the program, and answered a lot of my questions. Then he introduced me to Addy, one of the current grad assistants in the program, and she was really cool as well. I talked with her a bit about the program, what she wanted to do with it, what her experience was like, and then, a bit about where ...