Hillcrest Hide-Away Bed And Breakfast

404 Hillcrest St. E., Lanesboro, Minnesota, 55949, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 404 Hillcrest St. E., Lanesboro, is near Root River, Commonweal Theatre Company, Flaby's Amish Tour, and Parkway.
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    Travel Blogs from Lanesboro

    Bluff country storms

    A travel blog entry by simon.schorn on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... great driving. We passed several small towns, a major lock and dam, as well as a great winery before heading away from the river to the town of Lanesboro where we were staying that night.
    Lanesboro is a small, well kept historic town on the Root River which is set-up for tourism. It has a renowned theatre, many restaurants, a nice river and a major recreational trail going along it so it ...

    Our 2014 adventure begins!

    A travel blog entry by heavenonearth on May 10, 2014

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    Our first stop on our 2014 journey is the same as our last stop in 2013!! This is a charming little campground in a city park, right next to a wonderful Episcopal Church. The Root Trail (one of Minnesota's finest) runs through town & on Mother's Day we rode for 10 miles along the Root ...

    Winging to Atlanta

    A travel blog entry by tope on Nov 07, 2013

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    ... I had their chicken noodle soup, Classic Mac and chicken, and Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling. On the way back to my gate, I grabbed a Caribou campfire mocha, my fav. My hair was driving me crazy and I realized I didn't pack a hairband. I couldn't find any at the convenience stores and I refused to buy a scrunchie. I did buy a little emergency kit and some gum. It had a safety pin the I used to get a couple splinters out of my knuckle (no idea where those came from). ...

    We are rolling now

    A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Oct 12, 2013

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    ... whereas, the meeting would be ugly given the current popularity of the GOP.

    Sadie is the best dog and did a great imitation of a Buddhist monk today. Very calm and mellow. Makes you want to want to rub her head.

    In Rochester, like Jack Benny's sidekick. On to parts west, Pipestone, Grasslands, Badlands, and MT Rushmore. Did they fix the shut out yet? We need this fixed. Open the ...

    Exploring Roger's Family History!

    A travel blog entry by heavenonearth on Oct 07, 2013

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    ... major force behind its early growth and development. The community was named after him. After buying the land and platting the town, he was elected to the Minnesota State Legislature, served in several appointed positions and in 1856 was appointed by the Governor of Minnesota as Immigration officer for the 14th District of Minnesota. Peter was instrumental in bringing ...