Holiday Inn & Suites Duluth Downtown
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... hotel is pretty nice. We plan on getting breakfast on the road tomorrow since the hotel charges for breakfast, but our parking was included which is rare for a downtown hotel. The room is a really nice size. Once we get to a normal small hotel room, we will be really claustrophobic after these nice big rooms.
... can load one of these ships in 5 hours. That load is equal to over 700 railroad cars!
The ships mostly move Taconite, which are iron ore pellets that are used in making steel.
The ships are so maneuverable that they don't need tugboats to get into position. They used to use them but ...
... first 3 days of our trip.
We have ended the evening in a Walmart parking lot in Superior, WI.
Tomorrow we head for Seagull Outfitters where we will camp in the parking lot for the night and then head out on our 4 night 5 day canoe trip!
PS The Blue Beagle is now called the BUG SLAYER!!! (There are thousands of bugs plastered to the front!)
-Rebecca & Travis
... to specialize in the muscle cars of the 60s and 70s, Corvettes and Mustangs, but there were certainly some beautiful convertibles, woody wagons and high design coupes of the 50s and 60s. The only european makes were a 1960s Isetta, and a 1970s Mercedes coupe. And for British cars, there were only two Sunbeam Tigers. Some of the cars were showroom perfect, while a few others were deliberately listed as “original condition” which meant ...
... Hawaiian dance and nibbles before enjoying Jazz and a good meal in the evening at Andy's Bar.
The hire car was brand new and comfortable but the traffic was relentless, fast and the trucks huge especially on the road out of Chicago. The journey started well but by the evening the weather deteriorated rapidly to cold, drizzly sleet followed by driving snow meaning we could hardly ...