Rodeway Inn

209 13th Street, South, Wahpeton, North Dakota, 58075, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 209 13th Street, South, Wahpeton.
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Travel Blogs from Wahpeton

An Eye on the Future

A travel blog entry by stuartcameron19 on Jul 01, 2014

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... I can see how this approach allows for equity (particularly in a secondary school where departments often operate in silos) but I also see a few disadvantages. The main one is that given that this cyclic approach takes seven years to complete, many of the resources could easily become outdated during this time. This is especially relevant to ICT equipment (which is also purchased inline with the cycle and in relation to subject areas). As many of you will be aware, given ...

A day trip to Fargo

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Jul 25, 2013

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... look for in Fargo. I think pretty well made do with the best bike shop in the Midwest, the Plains art museum, the Fargo Theater, and of course McDonalds. The city impressed me, and if I ever again find myself in North Dakota, I would devote some time there. Kindred ND > Fargo ND > Rothsay MN, 71 miles, day ...

Thoughts on black gold

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Jul 25, 2013

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... areas will be affected to undetermined extents once drilling expands. Banks have a difficult time of giving loans to contractors and their backers, for fear of a repeat of a similar boom in the area in the 80's. Dickinson, a town 50 miles due south of Williston, nearly went bankrupt when their wells ran out, granted much smaller wells than Williston's, and the town had to struggle back to its agricultural roots. Wells Fargo has not lent any money to the ...

While the map went yellow, the world went green

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Jul 24, 2013

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... back, I put on my French lesson (it's going very well, I can introduce myself, count to 100 kind of, and say what I want to eat), and powered through the day's meandering and windy ride. See photos for a map of the 102 miles. Going straight for so long does allow you to appreciate a change in scenery. My maps show lighter colors at lower elevations, and as the Fargo area is a huge valley, the map turned from bright green to a mellow yellow by the end of the day. The scenery did ...

A rude re-awakening

A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on Jun 07, 2012

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... and have some early lunch in the vain thought that I might recuperate enough to get back on the bike, but the minute I stepped out of their air conditioned heaven, I realised it was going to be futile to try and head on.

My legs were sore, I was jet lagged and though I was disappointed at only doing 60m it did help that the coffee house I was in, also doubled up as a B&B, so job done! They were incredibly ...