Hampton Inn & Suites Fargo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Fargo
... The campground at the Fairgrounds was NOTHING to "write home about" and the only saving grace were the great hot showers we took Friday morning before heading out toward Grand Forks, ND and the Ramada Inn where a block of rooms had been reserved for the Rehovsky and Ford families. We stayed in the parking lot and "dry" camped. After getting to the hotel, we met up with Nancy Toutges (a former sister-in-law married to Pat's deceased brother Tim) and her husband Paul. Even Bruiser had ...
... and discounts at hotels. I was handed Angel figurines by 2 different elderly women and a Native American bracelet by a Navaho woman to keep me 'safe and strong' she said. When I am riding, I very often get honks from passing vehicles, waves. or yells of encouragement. My favorites are the motorcycle riders who give me the biker's nod, a thumbs up, or maybe a peace sign to say 'We got your back.'. The most common words I hear from all these kind well-wishers is "Be ...
... It wasn't too crowded either. The rides were well maintained and a decent thrill. Multiple rollercoasters and other vomit rides. The cleanest amusement park I've been to. Really. We also had to hit the Lego store and the American Girl store. The kids made their purchases (they brought more money than we did) and we headed out. Made a grocery run for a french loaf, lunchmeats, cheese, olives, etc for a picnic at Lake Calhoun where ...
... 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 ...
... right before the landing.
#AVALANCHE - If you take a look outside, from the window of a plane, it will take a while for you to decide whether you are looking at the saturated snow on the ground or clouds in the air!
And then the last one ....
#You know you are in North Dakota when, you notice 12 ft high snow deposits on both sides of the road.
YES, you heard it right!