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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Travel Blogs from Hallock

Day in Winnipeg

A travel blog entry by kaytoka on Oct 05, 2015

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... and very artesian. It was very nicely displayed and interesting. The weather has been raining and very cool all day, actually everyday we have been driving has been raining and overcast. Hope to find sunshine soon. I have more pictures to share but must first get the sync working with my Dropbox so these few will have to do for ...

Drive to winnipeg

A travel blog entry by kaytoka on Oct 04, 2015

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Well today is a lot of miles as we go to Winnipeg. Approximately 400 Kms driving for us each. I'm so excited to see it. We are going to spend a full day there tomorrow. The town signs in Saskatchewan are really nice and we happened to see the giant Indian head at the town called Indian Head. ...

On The Road Again

A travel blog entry by klbrown on Sep 23, 2015

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... Peace Gardens where Ken had worked as a customs officer during 4 summers while attending university. In those days the customs officer only carried a pencil for protection...now it's full body armour! Overnight in little town of Rugby, North Dakota - pop 2,800 - it's claim to fame is being the Geographical Centre of North America. We got to camp FREE on the county fair grounds and even had 30 amp service, washrooms and water! ...

Goodbye, Nanuk polar bear lodge!

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Sep 22, 2015

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... sunny one we had seen on this trip, even though there was a rather strong wind. Since the first group would not leave until 11am, Andy and Butch took us for a walk outside the camp fence. Butch was a seasoned native here (who used to lead goose hunt trips and still does now) so he was leading the group, hoping to find the moose that ran away. The walk was fun because the scenery was simply beautiful! All the fall colors, the trees, shrubs, sky ad clouds, ...

Pack in' for the lake.

A travel blog entry by jaybirdmb on Sep 21, 2015

Ok, I have an exercise class . . . Won't make that! Lawn needs to be cut (once grass is dry enough), branches I cut down yesterday need to be picked up, dishes from yesterday need to get done, there's packing to do, groceries to get . . . we gotta ...