Mankato City Center Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So I've covered the north island and after a 4 hour ferry trip playing cards, and listening to a very strange Asian lady hum/squeal somewhere over the rainbow, our bus rolled onto the South Island. The South Island had incredible scenery with incredible mountains everywhere and some snow. However this didn't deter the tripod persevering with flip flops and shorts!! In fact it was so snowy that some trips were cancelled due ...
... signs. They can be so funny. Of course we had to stop at Wall Drug. I bought my prizes for the 2 people who answered my quiz question the other day. Congrats to Peter Micheel and Erin Chesak! You will love what we got you from Wall Drug! This place is just crazy. I wandered around here more than I ever have. It has some very cheap touristy stuff and then so pretty nice things too. I wanted to maybe find a ...
I read in a humour story book this 'vini vidi Visa - I came, I saw, I shopped' - just thought I'd share!
As Carroll had to work this morning, Grace took us out and about. First we went to a local craft fair, Called 'A Touch of Class', which was nothing like our fairs. It was on a farm and it had barns full of stuff, lots of halloween, autumn, and Christmas things. They were in old barn type buildings, and instead of baskets to put your shopping in, there were metal ...
After breakfast, (Grace and Carroll stayed at the hotel too),we had a tour of downtown St Paul - this is one side of the river, and Minneapolis is the other side, they are locally called the twin cities. Looked at the University and city buildings, then stopped at the Capitol -Where the senate, the house of representatives and supreme court are. Very ornate inside with marble columns and stair cases. There are the old flags from the local regiments ...
... to the Dakota Nation. The actions of the U.S. Government sparked the U.S.-Dakota Conflict of 1862.
In 1868, Mankato became the site of the second Normal School in Minnesota. The facility became a teachers’ college in 1922. The building was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1924. To accommodate the large numbers of students after World War II, the curriculum expanded to include science and fine arts courses. The ...