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Travel Blogs from International Falls
Our final week in Canada was spent down in Toronto with Norma’s brother Tom and his pregnant wife Sarah. There we relaxed and recouped from the surprisingly hard work of Fort Frances. Tom and Sarah were great hosts and provided us with plenty of tasty dinners, treats and a cosy air-conditioned house.
Between playing on our laptops and watching blu-ray films, we also entertained ourselves by heading to the batting cages where ...
... back down thru the center of the state. The great scenery continued. My only negative would be that it was fairly flat so you had no great sweeping vistas. One final fun fact. Minnesota's highest point ( Eagle Mt. 2300 ft.) is only 13 miles from its lowest point ( Lake Superior 601 ft.). A great state, well worth the visit, but bring or acquire a boat for maximum enjoyment. Ever ...
Ate a great lunch in Duluth, Minnesota, at Fitger's Brewery. The stout was amazing. So was the root beer.
Spending the night in International Falls, Minnesota, where we HAD to come because it is so frequently cited as the coldest place in the continental U.S. during the winter. It is rainy and mild. ...
... lodge that serves food. I had no idea we were going to be visiting the hotel but everyone on the tour seemed to be planning on having lunch there so I joined them. I guess I should read the tour descriptions more carefully.
After lunch we walked to Kettle Falls. I was surprised to find ...
I was supposed to go on a canoing trip in Voyageurs National Park today but I got a call a couple hours before the ...
Other places to stay in International Falls
2326 US Highway 53 South/Frontage Rd, International Falls | 1 star hotelfrom $56
2331 Highway 53 S, International Falls | 2 star hotelfrom $50
10 Riverview Boulevard, International Falls | 1 star hotelfrom $45
2002 2nd Ave West, International Falls | Hotelfrom $42
1500 Highway 71 Box 272, International Falls | 3 star hotelfrom $129