Select Inn of Breckenridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... improving nature of ICT equipment, much of what schools purchase can become obsolete in 3-4 years if not earlier. Having older equipment in the classrooms can create a number of frustrations for teachers and students and can dramatically increase maintenance and support costs. This is one of the main reasons we have moved towards more of a leasing model at Sumner School. Despite the funding model I was impressed with the ICT equipment that was available at Kennedy ...
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 ...
... a representative saying, 'we just want to get repaid.' Which leads to a difficult situation. There is an almost infinite amount of money to be made in the area, but the manpower necessary to make it happen is vast. So where do you put everyone? You have to be creative. Companies like Exxon Mobil have created massive 'man camps', very similar to communist housing I saw in Hungary. They are comprised of miles of pods, containing two twin beds, a sink and shower ...
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 ...
The flight back to Fargo via Minneapolis went smoothly, so smoothly in fact that I was able to get into Fargo in time to pick up my bike which had been having it's own holiday in recuperative therapy at the Great Northern Bicycle shop in Fargo. This turned out to be quite fortunate because the shop didn't open till 10am which would have rather inhibited my 6am departure time - which sounds early but given jet lag didn't ...