Budget Host Caribou Inn

Address: 203 E. Broadway, Hallock, Minnesota, 56728, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 203 E. Broadway, Hallock.
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A travel blog entry by bendtla on Jul 03, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

... track! Supper out followed by a little sightseeing....the Cathedral at St. Boniface is awesome and exploring the old graves was an awesome way to stretch our legs. Worth a very brief mention is the industrial area and train yards we had to tour, in a sketchy area of course! Early start ...


A travel blog entry by vnowlan on Jul 03, 2015

9 photos

... size of a squirrel. Very loud chippering. Day 1. Drove from home to Spragge. Ok site. East of assault Ste. Marie. On day 2 Mike and Dan went fishing. Only caught 1 bass so they let it go. Day 3 Drove to west of Thunder Bay. Day 4 Went to Fort William historical park. It was. Living museum, of. Fur trading Fort. Awesome. In the evening went to kakbeke falls. Beautiful. Day 5 Drove to West of ...

Jazzy Winnipeg

A travel blog entry by billnpat on Jun 17, 2015

14 photos

... interesting downtown St Boniface, we saw a sign to “Fort Gibraltar” so moved on that way. We discovered a very realistic reconstruction of a NorthWest Company trading fort set around 1850. It was really a great experience, as they were well staffed with period acting interpreters, and we were, for a while, the only visitors, so we had their full attention much of the time.
Later in the afternoon we biked back to The Forks for a beer at ...

Winnipeg, Canada.

A travel blog entry by jarallis on Jun 11, 2015

23 photos

Since we were in North Dakota decided to take opportunity to visit Canada and see some different scenery. Wow not what we expected at all. Winnipeg and for 100 miles around it is perfectly flat and prairie land like North Dakota. Not a hill to be seen. The highways were bumpy and worst we have been on in our travels. ...

Winnipeg and travel to The Battlefords

A travel blog entry by 19rtm48 on May 31, 2015

1 comment

... a time. Trip was uneventful, and the trees and lakes are pretty much gone, just wide open skies. Ou CAN watch you dog run away from home for days out here. Just had to close all the windows, coming down cats and dogs, but right now I am still dry. You could see this storm coming for a couple of hours, the skies are soooo huge. Saskatoon and Yorkton were the biggest places I ...