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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Luverne
Check in was a bit confusing and the attendant was easily distracted, She was very interested in acquiring cigarettes. Our room was acceptable and clean. The beds were not as comfortable as some. We were on the second floor (note: there is no elevator). Breakfast in the morning was an extended continental (with hot foods). The eggs had been out for a while and were quite dry. They didn't have any English muffins as advertised and the apple juice was watered down. We worked around these things and had an acceptable breakfast. The morning staff were very attentive and may have heard the kids' comments about breakfast as some items were changed out shortly afterwards.
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Rolling along two lane roads, past corn, soybeans, wind farms and ethanol plants. We took the back roads from Rochester to Pipestone, just to watch the combines harvesting corn and beans. Lots of cattle too, Charlois, Herfords, Angus. Even saw a farm that raised Shire draft horses.
Pipestone being a ...
... warring with each other when they were at the quarries, as they all hold this area to be sacred. Pipestone is a red stone and very smooth and is still quarried today by Indians to make pipes. The 260 acre monument had a nice mile walk around the quarries, a waterfall and a large section of prairie untouched for centuries. We didn't realize that the prairies are not just made up ...
... another photo op.
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