Holiday Inn Austin Conference Center

Address: 1701 4th Street NW, Austin, Minnesota, 55912, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1701 4th Street NW, Austin, is near Spam Museum and Visitor Center, J.C. Hormel Nature Center, and Hormel Foods First Century Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Austin

    Here we go again.....

    A travel blog entry by coronafamily on Aug 04, 2015

    So the bearings on the axle blew again. Had the camper towed and will look at it in the morning. So far it looks like everything was caught in time and all is good but the bearings. More to follow tomorrow. Update: Consensus is the axle needs to be replaced. It will take about 10 days to get it in and will be covered by insurance. We grabbed a small hitch carrier to get ...

    Taking time out.

    A travel blog entry by leeandneva on May 15, 2015

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    We will be here for a week checking the local area and resting. We will be adding more after we do the exploring this wk. Fri night was pizza night. On the 16th we did nothing but rest, and I did some laundry. The 17 on Sunday we decided to visit our home church online. We sat in our living room of the camper and watched Pastor Frazier give the message. Also ...

    Don't Sweat the Small Stuff

    A travel blog entry by movinalong on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... called Phillips Diner. It was an old fashioned 50's style diner with quite a few odd menu items like fried pickles and peanut butter hamburgers. After dinner we found the Sioux Falls Park which is in the heart of town to look at the river and waterfalls that they are known for. You wouldn't expect to see something like this in the middle of a downtown area. The rushing water over the large pinkish colored boulders was very beautiful. They had made a ...

    Spam Museum

    A travel blog entry by jameszappia on Aug 02, 2012

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    Today I am heading into South Dakota and will slowly be making my way towards Mt Rushmore but first we had a short stopover in Austin, Minnesota to visit the Spam museum. This museum was the BIGGEST waste of time and it is literally all just devoted to Spam and the women working in this place are just crazy and just non stop offering you free samples of all ...


    A travel blog entry by sskatie on Sep 06, 2011

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    ... meat-like substance, and interestingly enough a tasting is the one thing SPAM mecca does NOT offer its patrons. Gosh, I wonder why ….

    That said, there was a strange protein-like substance mixed into last night’s dinner which I have a sneaking suspicion might have been turkey SPAM. Never have I been so grateful that one girl on our tour has a pork allergy which will prevent that sort of behavior getting any further out of control!