Days Inn International Falls
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from International Falls
... amounts of melt water forming these grand lakes. This is also a unique ecosystem, the transition zone between the boreal forests of the north and the deciduous forests to the south, rich with plant life and very beautiful.
Voyageurs is a water based park, and we were lucky enough to get out on the water both days here. We took our kayaks out for a spin yesterday and it was great to be on the water. We ...
... to do a tour of the lake country. The landscape certainly makes this route a different drive than following Hwy 17 and the GPS didn't indicate much difference in time. I am SO glad to be off the Transcanada #1 - it is SO rough!
We did a Walmart night in Fort Frances under a 'no overnight parking sign' (with permission) with a collection of other vehicles as we didn't have Internet or ...
... Zumba, Mum headed off to choir practice, while I went to a roulette class. We reunited after lunch to listen to a lecture on climate change. While it was riveting, we both once again struggled to stay awake – we blame the boat!
The afternoon was spent watching Cape York roll past and trying to better our trivia score. Our little team has grown, with ...
... time to stay for a few days. We drove for 13-14 hours in a single day, covering nearly 1200km. The route took us through four American states and past the huge city of Chicago (we didn’t visit the city unfortunately). Down in Knox, Indiana, we visited and stayed with Norma’s very much loved Great Uncle Hugh. He had also recently celebrated his birthday and is now the wise old age of 90. We had timed it well as we got to help him move to his ...
After my grueling Mich. trip, I slipped along the upper border of Wisconsin into Minnesota and then north to my next Nat. Park. Minn. is another gosh-darn pretty state. Wonderful forests along the way, with deciduous hardwoods in the south becoming more pine, spruce, birch, and poplar in the north. I also passed numerous lakes, not a bad one in the lot. Minnesota is known as the ...