Holiday Inn Express Devils Lake
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June 15, 2015
Took the scenic drive through the T. Roosevelt National Park. The Park was a surprising find and a geological
gem. I had one of the best campsites of the entire
trip right next to the Little Missouri River and with plenty of shade. It was dry camping but a picturesque
setting and only a few campers in the large campground. The Park contains a deep cut through
... in the Swiss Alps and ends at the North Sea. A number of navigational locks are found along the route as the river descends. Each river cruise highlights different cities and towns along the rivers' banks. On this trip, we will make the following stops. Excursions are also planned. <ul><li>Basel, Switzerland</li><li>Strasbo urg, France</li><li>Germersheim ...
Europeans love the Christmas season, especially the Germans. Even when Mom and I visited Germany in the summer of 2012, we were taken to a Christmas shop by the tour guide. Christmas appears to be a season to be celebrated all year long. Now we will be back in December and I know that the locals will do justice to the event.
Just imagine Bavaria, with all ...
... on the road...and upright. We got to Grand Forks and they had the part he needed...so, purchase in hand, we decided to push through to Devil's Lake, ND to get a site for the night. I did a query on the GPS and found a site close to hiway 2, which we were travelling on. I should have looked closer...the site was on the far side of the lake and required driving 40 kms around the lake to get there. The drive was over a new road built on the dyke or levy that was built ...
... a route suggested by the local tourist center. The local history museum was unfortunately closed but right next to it was a War Memorial. I continue to be amazed to see how well-kept these War Memorials in small towns across the U.S. are. It's sobering to see how many young men went to far-away places to fight for (mostly) other peoples' freedom (WW1, WW2, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq) and perished there.