Homestead Inn Motel
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... the little towns we’d ridden through in western & central North Dakota seemed to be dying. Here in Minnesota the towns are neat and tidy and have some charm. They seem more prosperous. We stopped for a Coke break in Melrose, 12 miles from our finish. Becca and the girls had gotten a motel in Albany, and texted that they were swimming in the pool! We rested a bit, then took off for the last leg. Rodney is definitely ...
Perfect Smiles at Orange Dental Orange Dental Staff Tuesday, December 23, 2014 Smiling is one of the purest things a human can do on a day to day basis. We strive day and night to seek happiness or bring happiness to our loved ones, and in return we smile. For some of us, however, smiling leaves us feeling embarrassed, uncomfortable, and/or judged. What causes us to feel that way is different between individuals, however the end result is the same. It creates a lack ...
The breakdown of the travel numbers: Total Days in Europe: 111 Countries Visited: 8 Days in: London: 79 Paris: 3 Scotland: 3 Italy: 9 Prague: 3 Wales: 3 Switzerland: 3 Greece: 8 Miles Traveled: 17,545 miles (According to my Travelpod map) Average Steps Walked per Day: 28 thousand (they say to aim for 10 thousand a day) Total Steps Walked: 3 million …
Our Christmas vacation continues. We continue to have good road conditions, however, the cold prairie winters we remember have descended upon us the last few days. We drove into Winnipeg yesterday and enjoyed a visit with B and Alvin. This morning we braved -33 (-40 or more with the windchill) temperatures as we headed south to St. Cloud Minnesota. Tomorrow we will carry on to Aurora Illinois near ...
The only serious rain we encountered during the day was in the evening of our second day on the train . . . I took a picture of the the rain drops on the sleeping car window. Much of the scenery is familiar territory for us . . . but that rain business . . . it triggered some flash flood warnings . . . so that ...