La Quinta Inn St. Paul

Address: 1870 Old Hudson Rd, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55119-4377, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1870 Old Hudson Rd, Saint Paul, is near Grand Avenue, Mears Park, St. Paul Farmers Market, and Phalen Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Saint Paul

A Traveller's Guide to Minnesota

A travel blog entry by agirlnamedjac on May 11, 2015

Right now, home base is in Minnesota so that's what I am going to talk about from a travelers perspective :)

A Traveler’s Guide to Minnesota:

When to come: September-May if you like thick snow flurries and sub zero weather. June-August if you enjoy humidity so thick you can drink the air and mosquitos. This is actually sort of accurate which is scary but I love the heat, even if it comes with soupy air here, and ...

Winter Carnival

A travel blog entry by soppe on Jan 24, 2015

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... crackling danger. We watched the knight shatter with the crowd gasping and proclaiming, "nooooooo!!" It was awesome.

The second collapsing sculpture was - wait for it - the House of Cards. Intricately-carved individual cards stacked into a pyramid comprised a favorite relief, but as we watched, the cards trembled ...

Leaving MS

A travel blog entry by petermbeaumont on Jun 20, 2014

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... and the got some tea and waters.

Then we moved from a comparatively open space close to charging stations back to Gate H6 where our plane was due to leave from.

We boarded fairly quickly and Shelley had got us seats Seats 2A and 2C which were brilliant. Like First Class seats.

Karly fell asleep as soon we had got settled. She got Werner out!

Have train ticket to Barcelona

A travel blog entry by joelwx39 on Mar 17, 2014

We went back and forth about how to get up to Barcelona. First we thought train. Then we thought it would be faster by plane. Then we talked about a night train to save money on a hotel. Then we found out the night train doesn't run. We settled on a high speed train. It only takes 4 hours.

We would start the trip in Cordoba. To fly we would have to get to Sevilla. That is an hour by train. We would have to get ...

Waiting and flying and waiting

A travel blog entry by aniemi on Nov 07, 2013

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Here we are waiting to get on our flight over the ocean to Rome. Ken did get packed (this morning) and only forgot one prescription medication). IWe used Uber to the airport and the poor driver had a terrible time trying ti fit all of our luggage into his Town Car.

If you are wondering the new Terminal 4 sky cub at JFK is lovely ...