Rodeway Inn

Address: 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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... the schools in the Fergus Public system are jointly funded by the State. This creates some interesting administrative scenarios especially around how the funds are portioned around the four schools. To help address this, one of their strategies is to allocate funding inline with a curriculum cycle. This means that each year the majority of the school's teaching and learning resources go into supporting a particular curriculum area eg maths or social studies. From an ...

A day trip to Fargo

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

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It wasn't until breakfast in Fargo that I realized I did not need to be in Fargo. My route led me north, then immediately back down south to continue into Minnesota. Thus, today I made a day trip to Fargo. Not having seen the movie in a while, and I don't k is what help it be if I had, I didn't know what ...

Thoughts on black gold

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

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... are not as developed or productive as Williston. The tech: the oil reserve is expected to produce for 50 years at a reasonable rate of exploration. There is a reserve close to the surface, then a reserve of mixed oil and sand under that, then a reserve of pure oil under that. The bottom two are projected and we will only know for certain once the top layer is drained. The area stretches into Canada, eastern Montana, and to an extent South Dakota, thus cities ...

While the map went yellow, the world went green

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

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... opposite. Humidity probably increased 30%. Trees sprouted up everywhere. Crops gradually changed from strictly wheat to corn and root vegetables with bright green stocks. The world is changing. There is a steak special at the bar in Kindred this evening, and great people with great beards and good advice sit here with me. Camping in the park next to the public pool where I was allowed to shower, tonight is a good night to be on the road. Gackle ND > Kindred ND, 102 miles, day ...

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 ...