Select Inn of Breckenridge

Address: 821 US Hwy 75 N, Breckenridge, Minnesota, 56520, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 821 US Hwy 75 N, Breckenridge.
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      An Eye on the Future

      A travel blog entry by stuartcameron19 on Jul 01, 2014

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      The last of my official school visits took place today at Kennedy Secondary School in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Kennedy caters for around 1000 Grades 6-12 students and works very closely with three other Elementary Schools (McKinley, Adams and Cleveland) which collectively make up the Fergus Falls Public Schools system. This relationship appears to be somewhat similar to our cluster organisation although the Fergus Falls Public Schools do share more staff then we do and receive ...

      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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      Today I want to talk about oil. I have been meaning to dedicate a post to the North Dakota oil boom since I entered the state, and have finally found time. Many, I think, will be surprised to hear of an oil boom at all; I certainly had no idea until I began hearing cyclists tell me to avoid a town called Williston. Williston is about 50 miles from the western border, midway up the state. It was a quaint town until 2008 when prospectors struck black gold on 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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      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 ...

      A rude re-awakening

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

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      ... because as I was going to be leaving at 6ish to try and avoid the heat, they prepared a breakfast for me as they wouldn't be up - yoghurts, fresh strawberries, breads, some pastries they made specially which I would enjoy immensely the next morning. This kindness plus a big bed and a decent pizza overlooking a small lake with the largest Pelican model in the world brought a close to the first grueling day back in the saddle.
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