Fargo Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Monday morning we feasted on huge muffins from Perkins before leaving the campground and we took our time getting to the next stop which was Rockford, IL where we grilled out and had a leisurely evening. Tonight we are in a beautiful campground just outside Benton, IL and will be heading home in the morning. After we have the last two Perkins' muffins we will head out and probably be arriving in Mt. Juliet in early afternoon. Hope to see most of you soon. A million ...
Yes. I have already seen more beauty throughout the western U.S. to last 10 lifetimes. But the most beautiful part of this tour has been the wonderful array of people I have met. On a daily basis I have been helped in so many ways by so many good souls. Most are kind and considerate with a genuine curiosity about this stranger's journey. I call them my 'Road Family'.
It is not in my nature to ask for help, but somehow when I have really needed it, it ...
... Hotel: Fairfield Inn (ND) Helpful hint: The Amusement Park is nicer and cleaner than you'd expect. Cool rides. New aquarium (Sea Life) in the mall. Order aquarium tickets online and save $5 a ticket. Restaurants: Breakfast at Marriott and Olive Garden Beautiful day today in Minnesota, the state of 10,000 lakes. We did some time traveling back to see Paul's brother Mike (and Marne's) old house in Minnesota where Emily was born. ...
... the interstate. They were erecting large towers to carry electrical lines. Got to our hotel in Fargo around 6 pm and had some rain in the evening. Ate at a restaurant in a Ramada Inn. Went back to hotel as we have a long day tomorrow. Tomorrow we have 550 miles and some stops. It's 250 miles south to Sioux Falls in the southeast corner of South Dakota and 300 miles west to the ...
... in 1957. The tornado destroyed a large portion of the north end of
the city. Dr. Ted Fujita, famous for his Fujita tornado scale, analyzed pictures of the Fargo tornado, which helped him develop his ideas for "wall cloud" and "tail cloud." These were the first ...