Travelodge Shakopee

Address: 1251 E 1st Ave, Shakopee, Minnesota, 55379, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1251 E 1st Ave, Shakopee, is near Valleyfair, Canterbury Park, Sever's Corn Maze, and Murphy's Landing.
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Travel Blogs from Shakopee

Last day in Minnesota!

A travel blog entry by em_gruzin on Jun 19, 2014

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... was pretty awful. And awkward too! The problem with being in coach when you're trying to sleep is that you have to keep changing the direction of what way your neck goes... Then if you put your legs up on your seat your knees get squished so they need to be changed over as well. It was just a really ****** experience. The fact that they don't carry blankets is absurd. They weren't very friendly either! So we land in Dallas at about 12.15am. Thankfully my bags came off quickly so ...

This is it! There ain't no more!

A travel blog entry by 29-ford-model-a on Aug 06, 2013

6 comments, 6 photos

... closing in on the end of our trip and it seems to me that four years is an awfully long time. As we were driving between Mankato and St. Peter this morning, I shared my dream for a Model A trip with Jean...maybe in two years...a shorter trip in distance and time.
Jean has always wanted to see Alaska....I have a college buddy I have not seen in over 30 years who lives there...it's about 3200 miles from our home ...

Home sweet home

A travel blog entry by erik.johnson on Mar 22, 2012

... but if you do, sooner rather than later so you are still young
when the kids leave the house.' Or with lifestyle properties, its really a "life sucker property." You don't make money off of it and there is constant need to work around the house and property to maintain it. Sounds like "work farms" on the lakes many people have in the states. I'll take all the advice with a grain of
salt, but some is quite helpful.
I came to NZ with the plan to ...

Its Official.... IM IN! HELLO SENEGAL!

A travel blog entry by kellyrose on Nov 20, 2011

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... majority of my stuff, finding a sub leaser, packing (but not too much), organize a last trip to see my parents, and last but not least, say goodbye for now to all the friends that have grown to become family. I am going to try not to stress about all the little things that I can't do anything about yet, and focus on making sure I keep up with deadlines.

Can't wait! This is going to the an experience of a lifetime!! SENEGAL HERE I ...

End of trip, return home.

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Feb 21, 2011

1 comment

... these people.

So much has changed in Ghana since my first trip here in 2006. As I leave the country I am struck by the evidence of economic improvements. The roadways, for example, are far better than they were just 5 years ago. Some of the most potholed main roads, like the coastal highway from Accra to Takoradi, have been entirely resurfaced in many areas, eliminating the potholes that were large enough for the average small taxi to ...