Holiday Inn Express & Suites Williston
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at Two Harbors lighthouse, and on the way back...the skies opened up and we were drenched to our bones! Grateful we could change clothes! Split rock Lighthouse is the most photographed scene in MN. Gooseberry Falls were pretty, but no gooseberry pie to be found! Deluth almost reminds us of Astoria....harbor and downtown life at water level, & then homes built up on ...
... may have something to do with the constant drizzle) with nobody at street level. The city is a maze of sky ways, basically walkways connecting buildings via the second floor so people can avoid being outdoors. With temperatures not rising above 0F/-18C for 40 days per annum I don't blame them.
It had the look and feel of a northern English town, without the fish and chip shops. A saving grace was that it was kind ...
... around Lake Michigan to Columbus, Ohio, our next destination to see my cousin. As you may recall, we were headed east towards Columbus on I 90 when, at Sioux Falls, SD, we decided to turn left and go to northern Minnesota. Just a little detour. Short story is that we changed our mind as we departed Duluth and headed south on Highway 53 towards Madison Wisconsin and Chicago. A little bit shorter mileage and we were not going to really stop and enjoy the upper ...
... drive today we landed in a place called Terry, Montana. It's on the Yellowstone River, although we can't see it from here. We can hear the hiway, but are hopeful that the noise will lessen as the night sets in. There is also a train track nearby so I think I will dig out my ear plugs... We had a home cooked meal tonight...salad with BBQ chicken and strawberries with vanilla yogurt for dessert...getting back to a routine...yahoo... ...
... for the night in a KOA. After almost 300 miles bouncing and shaking along the winter ravaged, highway pavements of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, we were eager to get out of the RV and go out to dinner and do a bit of ...