Red River Lodge & Suites
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If you take a map of the U.S. and fold it in half, right in the crease will be Fargo. The brother to the fabulous places on Earth. It felt like one of the coldest places on the continent when I was there. I was told it was a hot place but not today. It was a gold autumn day and there were a lot of towns.
So since last time I wrote I've worked myself over to Fargo, North Dakota, which is as close to Sisseton (where I spent my exchange year 99-00) as I'll get on this trip, but still feels like home away from home (which honestly Minneapolis does too).
I got to spend some more time with April and Chester last night (and got to meet Aprisl mom, and …
On Sunday morning I loaded up and began my journey to Thessaloniki. And, boy what a journey it was. Of course, nothing can ever be easy in my life and right off the bat at the airport in Fargo there was problems with my checking in. When I booked my reservations with Orbitz, apparently made mistakes in booking my flight and I was ...
Today we were on the road for 13 hours. The kids actually slept in the car for two hours, it was sheer bliss! It was a pretty uneventful drive. The hotel in Fargo is great. The kids burned off some energy in the pool and we bumped into a family we know from Edmonton! Weird. Another 13 hours tomorrow will land us in Portage, Indiana.
Small towns in eastern North Dakota often have little cafes operated by proprietors who decide to either open or not open on any given day. Today started off right because that man rolled out of bed at 5am to cook us breakfast. We left the Honey Hub at 7, didn't leave breakfast until 9 because the gentleman was the only one taking care of a restaurant full of people all equally surprised the place was even open. All is well, however, after 2000 calories in a sitting. The wind was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services