Econo Lodge New Ulm

Address: 1901 S. Broadway, New Ulm, Minnesota, 56073, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1901 S. Broadway, New Ulm, is near August Schell Brewery, August Schell Museum of Brewing, Hermann the German, and Flandrau State Park.
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Travel Blogs from New Ulm

Like all successful movies there's a part 2

A travel blog entry by rich_s on Sep 30, 2014

... quickly, jumping in a lake infested with eels that can only be described as a ******* cold lake we rocked up into queenstown. By this point in point in the journey I had been successfully tought how to complete a rubix cube. The complex way to explain is that you have to remember and formulate several algorithms in order to complete a puzzle that is in fact 3d.. And the easy way is you just copy the guy that knows how ...

This is the end :(

A travel blog entry by cheer4lvw on Aug 16, 2014

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... for Delaware. We also saw Washington DC and 9 Canadian provinces. Oh Delaware....
- We experienced 3 time zones. Central, Mountain, and Pacific. We weren't in Pacific for too long. We were mostly in Mountain time.
- We drove 4,159 miles in Paul's parents' car. That does not include the 430 miles from our house to their house. So all in all, Paul and I traveled over 5,000 miles for our trip! WOW!


The Thing About Wonderful People Is....

A travel blog entry by kateri.gruber on Feb 06, 2012

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... time with her before I left?
I never knew my sister could lie so well or use a guilt trip so subtly.
When we walked into the restaurant where we were to meet this "business person," even carrying and envelope of "papers" to "sign," who should be hiding beind those menus... but a group of close friends from college!! I was completely blown away! =) We chatted, laughed, took pictures and ate (pie!) the night away. I think Tamber and I only made it back ...

Half way across the Lower 48!

A travel blog entry by jonnylawson on Jun 16, 2011


... in Seattle and I was more than elated to see Vancouver win it 1-0. The sixth game was back in Boston and I watched that in Chico surrounded by Boston fans. Unsurprisingly, I was accused of being Canadian by the locals who were then bemused to hear I was English. Sully couldn’t understand why I was supporting a Canadian team now that we were in the USA and was even more shocked when I replied ‘That’s half the point!’ Guttingly, Vancouver were stuffed 5-2 leaving ...


A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jul 22, 2010

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... and area, with the aim of crossing to the other side. The ‘bulldog’ is in the middle and has to tag people. These people then become bulldogs, and this continues until everyone has been tagged. There were about 28 of us playing – and we got down to the final 5. Clearly we were never going to get through the 23 bulldogs in the middle of the lake, so Annabelle came up with a plan. We all slowly moved to the ...