Joined: 05 May 2005
Canal Park. But it looks like most of the hotels down there are booked. Downtown would be my second choice, but I'm not going to cancel if we go to the Home Of The Knife Fights. I think availability might be a major factor here.
Joined: 19 May 2005
Location: Richfield, MN
I agree with Tom, I would rather stay on the Duluth side. I'm still for the motel 6. Having the breakfast spot next door and the gas station that is open 24 hrs. for those late night snacks. I don't mind riding the 3mi to canal park or taking a taxi and this way we all would get our own rooms ( I like having my own room )but we probably should get something figured out. What do you think? majority rules? my vote is for the motel 6.
_________________ Erik Engholm
2004 tangerine stella
Joined: 05 May 2005
Ok, screw it, I say Motel 6 in the sticks.
It's $60 vs $90 (and that was with AAA) a night. ece's right about the convenience, also. And as Michelle pointed out, if we want to drink in excess we should just get a suitcase of cheap beer and hotel it.
In 24 hours or so I'm going to reserve a room for myself, unless someone tells me to pull the trigger earlier.
Joined: 18 Jun 2005
Location: Longfellow, Minneapolis
Okay, so I know that now we've settled on Motel 6, you're all thinking "wow, it's so cheap I don't need to share a room". But I'm getting some pressure here to keep costs as low as possible for this endeavor ("Well, you're paying for it out of your savings account, right?" -- "What, you spent all your money on scooter work?" -- Well you better make it cheap"). Does anybody want to share? I made a reservation for two people, so I'm all set on that. If not, I can just call them back and change it, but let's just say I'm motivated to keep it cheap.
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