North Country Inn and Suites
Travel Blogs from Mandan
... snow on the ground), and about five minutes after leaving the airport I turned on the wipers in the rental car and they didn’t work. I tried to turn around, but chose the exit poorly (this is before cell phones or GPS) and had a 20-minute detour through town before getting back to the airport and getting a different car. Long story short – I was late for every appointment on that trip, had to walk ...
... 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.
... and north-central South Dakota.
Before the arrival of white settlers, present-day central North Dakota was inhabited by the Mandan Native American tribe. The Hidatsa name of Bismarck ...
... could certainly go on.
This Christmas season I was reminded of the incredible blessing it is to have a family with two loving parents (towards their children as well as each other), siblings whom I can call my friends, and a strong foundation in Christ. And this Christmas I got to thank the Lord for BOTH of my families with whom I experience these benefits and blessings.
... Zone because they come on earlier, but it has been great fun watching them every night.
If we want to watch something else, and nothing is on local TV, Josh has worked his magic with our laptop so that we can watch our home TV on our laptop - including any recorded programs! That means that Fred can watch the Red Sox and always has Fox News available and I can watch Bones. Josh is so ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed