Kelly Inn Bismarck
Travel Blogs from Bismarck
... in the morning: the Missouri River runs through it (which means L&C were here!).
Finished my laundry, grabbed dinner, set up the tent, and now it’s just battling the mosquitoes until bedtime. I'm in a KOA in Bismarck tonight - easily the busiest campground of the trip so far for me. I'm not used to sharing! But it's clean and the people are nice, and I'm not sleeping on rocks tonight. Life is ...
... a complimentary buffet with chicken and pasta and meatballs and beer and wine and soft drinks. We had enough that we decided to stay in and add some of the cheese and crackers we still had from our Trader Joe's stop in Ann Arbor. We did go out before sunset to find a drive-through car wash and as a bonus we found a park where we walked and let the dogs run and play.
Low key but delightful.
8:56 pm: Just "across America" or "ride across America"? Although technically you and your Dad aren't going from coast to coast - or are you?
8:59 pm: no call it "Trip Across America" cuz last year we had to pick ...
... town called Steele. We got a five cent per gallon discount for paying cash so I opened up the safe. It came to$2.80 off - a bit disappointing. We are used to the 5 cents per litre at Safeway which seems like it would be a lot for such a big tank. But it's per GALLON not per LITRE so it gets cut down considerably - 4 to 1!
There was a sign at the gas station advertising live bait. Our worms get fish or die trying!
Just cleaned the windshield ...
Linda Burton posting from Bismarck, North Dakota – "Everything's high in Bismarck," was the answer I got. “Just wait till you see the price of orange juice when you go to the store.” I’d anticipated summer tourist room rates in Honolulu and Juneau, but Bismarck rates were a surprise. I was too tired last night to look elsewhere; I only removed from the car the items that would get us through the night. My room ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service