Burnsville Inn & Suites

Address: 250 N. River Ridge Circle, Burnsville, Minnesota, 55337, United States | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 250 N. River Ridge Circle, Burnsville, is near Minnesota Zoo, Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Buck Hill, and Normandale Japanese Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Burnsville

When in Rome; One week is three weeks too short.

A travel blog entry by mckensiehollar on Jul 28, 2014

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Monday July 28th

I am finally home. Actually I was home late Saturday night. Even though I did not want to leave Rome, after travelling for a full 24 hours I was more than happy to be home. My Mom, Dad and my boyfriend Patrick picked me up from the airport Saturday night. I was so happy they all came.

I know what you all are thinking. Why did McKensie not post a single blog her whole last week? I'm sorry you all feel left out and I know I have ...

Minneapolis Day 2

A travel blog entry by em_gruzin on May 30, 2014

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... The fare charges for public transport here are very reasonable. $1.75 for 2.5 hours and you get unlimited travel on any public transport within that time! I had a good laugh on the bus ride... We passed a sign that said "Ever beaten yourself up with a donut?" I just thought that was the strangest thing to see! But it was hilarious! I got off in St Paul and had a map which was a self guided walking tour of downtown. There's not much to do in St Paul- some museums, lots ...

East Coast Tour - Minneapolis/Cleveland/Chicago

A travel blog entry by themelodic on Aug 28, 2013

8 photos

... routine, investigated his local surroundings in the faint hope that he might find a pathetic patch of grass amongst this mini metropolis of hotels and car hire buildings. In fact, what he found was a quite stunning Wildlife reserve and Nature trail just five minutes walk from the Central Plaza. Excited, Johnembarked on the trail and within a few footsteps he came face to face with a magnificent beast. A black snake about two feet in length and three inches in ...

Driving through Minneapolis on the way to Owatonna

A travel blog entry by ticktock on Jun 20, 2013

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... It's also the first Basilica in the United States, honored by Pope Pius XI in 1926. And it has been named to the National Register of Historic Places.

Dominating its own city block on Hennepin Avenue in downtown Minneapolis, the Basilica of Saint Mary is a grand architectural landmark housing a bustling and lively urban community. But ...

FinalPreparations

A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 22, 2012

3 comments, 2 photos

... eighty percent of the population is below the poverty line. Malaria is the biggest threat to the population, followed by HIV. Despite the poverty, Zambia is one of the more stable sub-Sahara countries in Africa. The primary language is english, but most people use their tribal language; there are over seventy tribal languages. Given the situation, many numbers about the population are shaky; it is estimated that over 50%25 are Christian and over 25%25 are Muslim, that ...