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Duluth, Minn, to North Shore, to Int'l Falls and back

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This is to be another of our USA car trips. About 7-9 days. Fly into Duluth in late July.
Really could use suggestions on route, hotels (mid-priced) and good places to eat.

So far, this is the route--Duluth, up the North Shore of Lake Superior. Should we go all the way to Grand Portage or just to Silver Bay, as we intend to go to International Falls next?

From Int'l Falls we would like to take a scenic route, maybe via Bemidji, or even to Fargo (Husband has this city locked in his head from the movie!), anyway get back to Duluth.

Our interests are scenery, historical places, National Parks, some walks/hikes of 2-3 miles.
Thanks for any suggestions--

Margo

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