La Quinta Inn & Suites Fargo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... It wasn't too crowded either. The rides were well maintained and a decent thrill. Multiple rollercoasters and other vomit rides. The cleanest amusement park I've been to. Really. We also had to hit the Lego store and the American Girl store. The kids made their purchases (they brought more money than we did) and we headed out. Made a grocery run for a french loaf, lunchmeats, cheese, olives, etc for a picnic at Lake Calhoun where ...
... the interstate. They were erecting large towers to carry electrical lines. Got to our hotel in Fargo around 6 pm and had some rain in the evening. Ate at a restaurant in a Ramada Inn. Went back to hotel as we have a long day tomorrow. Tomorrow we have 550 miles and some stops. It's 250 miles south to Sioux Falls in the southeast corner of South Dakota and 300 miles west to the ...
... Roosevelt N.P.. Teddy credited his time on a ranch in this area for sparking his interest in nature and conservation. As a result, when he became president he established the U.S. forest service and signed the 1906 Antiquities Act under which he proclaimed the first 18 nat. monuments.He also got congress to establish 5 national parks, 51 wildlife refuges and numerous national forests. The nat. park honoring him was very nice. There was ...
... Settled on a campground just east of Winnipeg, advertised WIFI, a joke, no cable tv, trees everywhere therefore no satellite, boo hoo, no cardinal game, Derek saved the day, sent a flash drive with HBO series Game of Thrones, 2 episodes and were hooked!! Hoping for better accommodations tomorrow ...
... crossing the ship was transported back to the US and put in the museum. There was also a replica of a "stave" church that a local guy (another teacher) had built. It took him two years and he did all the wood carving, iron work and art work. He made trips to Norway to get the exact dimensions, etc. it had some very ornate carvings on each side of the door where there was supposed to be a lion at the bottom with ...