Travel Blogs from Fargo
... check in due to too short of a layover in Dublin, Ireland. I played phone tag with numerous people from Orbitz, American Airlines, and British Airways. Thank goodness for Cheryl at the Fargo airport for giving me direction on who to contact. After 3 hours on the phone I was finally connected with someone from British Airways who was ...
Today we were on the road for 13 hours. The kids actually slept in the car for two hours, it was sheer bliss! It was a pretty uneventful drive. The hotel in Fargo is great. The kids burned off some energy in the pool and we bumped into a family we know from Edmonton! Weird. Another 13 hours tomorrow will land us in Portage, Indiana.
... back, I put on my French lesson (it's going very well, I can introduce myself, count to 100 kind of, and say what I want to eat), and powered through the day's meandering and windy ride. See photos for a map of the 102 miles. Going straight for so long does allow you to appreciate a change in scenery. My maps show lighter colors at lower elevations, and as the Fargo area is a huge valley, the map turned from bright green to a mellow yellow by the end of the day. The scenery did ...
"Personally, I think our first plane ride was quick and easy. It was from Fargo straight to Minneapolis. I honestly don't like planes but, this one was a-okay!"
"Being that it was my first plane ride I was nervous, however after getting through the mayhem of airport security and take off it was very tolerable. I wouldn't say it was particularity enjoyable encounter but over all it was good."
"This was ...
... as well as adjacent West Fargo, North
Dakota and Dilworth,
Minnesota, form the core of the Fargo-Moorhead, ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical
Area, which in 2010 contained a population of 212,171.