Mankato City Center Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Oh and me and Lewis did a bungy jump off a 136ft ledge which was attached to a cable car which was over hanging a canyon?! Safe to say hangover is an understatement for the days after queenstown.. What an amazing place!! We spent the next few days travelling through Christchurch aka ghostown, It was like a zombie movie game town?! Finally we ended up in aukland ready for the next adventure... Oh and some sunshine so off to fiji ...
... justice. Paul and I enjoyed remembering back to when we were out here 2 years ago.
- Paul and I drove through 9 states and 2 provinces during this trip. Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, and South Dakota, and Alberta and British Columbia. Paul drove in all states and provinces but Washington.
- We found almost all the state license ...
... br> It took a whole hour for the parade to pass, and every float, car etc had sweets that they threw to the children. Some had bags that they gathered them in! We didn't go to the competition in the afternoon.
After lunch, and Carroll got back from his work, we set off to visit Sleepy Eye, which is the town where Michael grew up. We went by Clear Lake, and they told us that it freezes over in the winter and a whole 'city' grows up on the ice, where people put cabins ...
... on 4 levels, and the bottom level has 'Disneyland' type rides and arcade games etc. It is a central core which the other levels are round.
Then we headed for Grace and Carroll's home in Waseca, about 2 hours drive through South Minnesota. The trees are just starting to change colour here, and Keith heard on tv the % count for how much colour there is in the trees! Only 20% here, but 50% further north, so we might see more as we head to Canada.
... 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 ...