Ramada Marshall

1500 East College Drive, Marshall, Minnesota, 56258, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 1500 East College Drive, Marshall.
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Travel Blogs from Marshall

Santa Monica/Seattle

A travel blog entry by deevou on Oct 08, 2013

... then spontaneous spa trip for facial and steam baths. Then dinner at tapas restaurant. Early Thursday flight to Seattle. Picked up by Lesley and Leah. Stairs walk with Kathy, Leah's old college roommate and now Lesley's neighbor and friend in West Seattle. Art Walk in West Seattle in evening. Friday early am YMCA then bus to downtown ...

Speeding Across the Plains

A travel blog entry by danbren on Aug 28, 2013

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... now humid too. Ohhh for the long suffering traveler. (Can you hear the settlers rolling over in their graves? Corn fields stretch over the horizon in every direction along rte.23. Soy beans too. Staying the night at Camden State Park. Here they are trying to reestablish the original prairie with native grasses, and flowers. With the oaks and cottonwoods along the river it makes a compelling ...

"Little House on the Prairie"

A travel blog entry by heavenonearth on Jul 21, 2013

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They had a big "Little House on the Prairie" celebration in town yesterday including a Laura & Mary Ingalls look a like contest! But all was quiet whe we pulled into town! This area is full of Laura Ingall Wilder history & we're going seeing as much as we ...

Last day at Balatone

A travel blog entry by themains on Jun 13, 2013

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Today Gary and I went to the Pipestone National Park to see where the Indians mined for red stone. They still mine this today and make the traditional pipes. It has been kept as the prairie were originally before development. It was a nice place to visit with some lovely waterways. We watched some pipes being carved as well. After lunch we took the two oldest girls, Ashley ...

A day in Balatone

A travel blog entry by themains on Jun 12, 2013

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Blair took us around some farms in the morning including one that fattens pigs or hogs as they are called here. I couldn't get over how clean the shed was considering how smelly the outside was. Hogs were not in cages but pens, which might I add, had plenty of room for them to run around. This farmer had all John deere gear including the kids toys. ...