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Address: 4001 Gateway Drive , Grand Forks, North Dakota, 58203, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4001 Gateway Drive , Grand Forks, is near Ralph Englestad Arena, University of North Dakota, Flood Memorial Monument, and North Dakota Museum of Art.
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Travel Blogs from Grand Forks

25 miles "cruise-steering" straight shot

A travel blog entry by tslatta on Aug 28, 2014

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... only to turn off on a dirt road for their fracking destination. Hope to learn about all the "salt water disposal" sites we saw. Dorms and tons of trailers house most of the oil workers around Minot area. "Now hiring" signs are everywhere. Infrastructure lags behind the needs represented by the influx of the oil boom. Most urgent, however, was finding an AT&T store and bring resolve ...

I wonder how they measured it?

A travel blog entry by mikenda on Jun 13, 2014

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... I felt like I was in the Appocolypse.
We also stopped for lunch in a very small little town that boasts it is the 'Geographical Center of North America." It's in a little town called Rugby. Almost exactly in the middle of the northern part of North Dakota (did that make sense?), this town had more buildings for sale or closed and boarded ...

Grand Fords, ND Walk

A travel blog entry by finnegan on Jun 07, 2014

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On Saturday, June 7, we did a 10 km Volkswalk in Grand Forks, North Dakota. We walked through the downtown area to the Near Southside Historic District with its beautiful homes. One of the homes was where Jane Russell's mother was born. This area is 28 square blocks. We then walked to the Sorlie Memorial Bridge which ...

Covering ground

A travel blog entry by ustrip2014 on May 26, 2014

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... It appears to me that the tanks are for storage at each pump, though in some places batteries of pumps are on the go and more storage is called for.



I reached Canada about 11am, going through the usual border inspections and interrogation. Fortunately there was no traffic and no delays and Saskatchewan awaited me.



The clumps of trees stood out immediately. Later I ...

On our way home!

A travel blog entry by ginandtim on Mar 03, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... from Buddhism: impermanence.

This is the notion that nothing in life is permanent. Bad things never last, things transform like love or pain. But that's not a negative, its inevitable, part of life. Everything is changing all the time. People, buildings, cars, food, thoughts. But in spite of this fact it is possible to find peace by not 'attaching' oneself to things or expectations or the disappointment that things end. I'm ...