Oakwood At The Provence

Address: 1701 W 143rd St, Burnsville, Minnesota, 55306, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1701 W 143rd St, Burnsville, is near Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Buck Hill, and Murphy-Hanrahan Park Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Burnsville

Day 10 - Sunday

A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Jul 06, 2014

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Up at 7:00 to watch the Men's Wimbledon final. Fabulous game even though the person I was barracking for lost! Lunch at home and then the 4 of us went to walk around Minnehaha Falls. Due to the exceptionally high rain fall Minneapolis has been experiencing - before I ...

Minneapolis Day 1

A travel blog entry by em_gruzin on May 29, 2014

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... burger at the Illinois Bar & Grill. Wasn't too bad! I sat at a table across from a guy - and we got chatting and had a great talk over our burgers! I would say he is in his mid 50's or so. He flies frequently for work and has got 2.5 million miles! Crazy! He was telling me all the places in the USA which are worth seeing and which places are not worth seeing. A really nice guy, glad I got to meet him! Headed over to my gate after lunch and waited to board my flight. Went ...

My Trip to Thailand

A travel blog entry by ripo0005 on May 19, 2014

... boy show. 14) I do actually have class (almost) every morning from 9:00am-12:00pm (Told ya Mom!) 15) We will also be going on a meditation retreat where I will not be able to talk for two days (I think Hannah and Adam are doubting this is possible). 16) I will be on a plane for 18 hours (Noooooo...)
This is all I can spoil for now!
I plan to post on this blog as often as I can; however, I am not quite sure how the wifi situation is going to work!
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Why was the engine dripping oil?

A travel blog entry by 29-ford-model-a on Aug 27, 2013

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... time will set the schedule for the next tests.
This experimental engine was built to test various components and assembly clearances. I wanted to see how far you could push performance (operating rpm and power output) on a stock oiled assembly before it became unreliable. The verdict is still out and more testing is necessary.

What have I learned so far with the tests....Don't start a long road trip with an experimental ...

Day 15 - Minneapolis

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Jul 27, 2013

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... great, the cinema less so - think 1970s flea pits rather than 21st century multiplexes. The cinema is in the old Mill District. Minneapolis made its money on sawmilling and then flourmilling, using the water power provided by the Mississippi. It is a bit weird that a city's tourist sights are based on mills, dams and water wheels but kind of interesting too. With the drizzly rain and the industrial vibe, it is just like going on holiday to ...