Residence Inn Rochester Mayo Clinic Area
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... there and then the caves, interesting limestone and shale formations. We learned there are many tunneling caves under this area of MI.
9/17 -9/18 KOA Mitchell, SD, 1 night
Home of the World Famous Corn Palace …and other tourist stuff.
We left Preston, MN via I90 all the way across MN to the KOA in Mitchell, SD. ...
I took a leisurely route across the Mississippi River at LaCrosse Wisconsin into Minnesota. I took Minnesota Rt16 to Rt 62 North in to Rochester. The road was freshly paved and immaculate but the shoulder was narrow grave sloping down so I could not safely take many pictures but it was great rolling hills and lots of sweepers.
Approaching Rochester was interesting. The GPS kept saying I was getting closer but there was no sign of a City. Turns out ...
... and everything went well. some people sleep and others watched movies. over all it was a long day but it was o.k.
So far travel has been going good. Buggsy Malone has been exceptional in the car.....however in the hotel last night, he was barking at everything and very restless. He normally isn't like that with he barking. Hopefully more travel he will start to settle ...
Left South Dakota at about 10 am, a day of traveling today. We rode through some really pretty countryside, lots of rolling green hills, cornfields and ranches. Such a lush green, very different from the western ranches we saw. In Minnesota we saw a lot of the power generating windmills, they are so huge! Arrived at the Yogi Bear campground in Austin, mn, did some laundry, and then had fun!! On to Wisconsin ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services