Homewood Suites by Hilton St Cloud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Our Christmas vacation continues. We continue to have good road conditions, however, the cold prairie winters we remember have descended upon us the last few days. We drove into Winnipeg yesterday and enjoyed a visit with B and Alvin. This morning we braved -33 (-40 or more with the windchill) temperatures as we headed south to St. Cloud Minnesota. Tomorrow we will carry on to Aurora Illinois near ...
... breakfast. Bemidji is a cute little town. a lot of local statues and art work on the streets. I stopped at the local gas station to grab a few things. While getting out of CC a police man was leaving the station. He looked at me... Looked at CC.... Looked at the license plates.... Looked back at me... Smiled and said, "Welcome to winter!" LOL. I have been getting so many looks about CC. She's handling the snow well though! I've had a few rough patches of ...
... 2098 6;門，先去Alber tville的Outlet商店sho pping。之後去St Cloud到Sam舅父舅 ;母家。晚ཎ 4;吃Carol的手工 水餃。好吃 ...
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... Here we stopped for a minute at the river to take a photo and test the waters. Kids were playing in the beach on one side of us while others were launching their boats for some water fun. All very idyllic. At the entrance of the town, there was a bronze statue of Indians playing lacrosse. The town was named by a Lt. Zebulon Pike in the mid 1800's when he saw a group of Indians in the area playing lacrosse. Go figure. This time I navigated through the freeways ...