No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Konsbruck Hotel Saint Peter
Travel Blogs from Saint Peter
... is what we did today and a few fun facts about our trip.
I wrote earlier about Wall Drug signs. There were no Wall Drug signs yesterday because we were in the state park for a lot of the day. Today I counted the signs from 45 miles away from Wall Drug. There were 61 signs advertising Wall Drug! There were several times that I could see 3-4 signs in one look. Actually I find it a bit fun to watch ...
I read in a humour story book this 'vini vidi Visa - I came, I saw, I shopped' - just thought I'd share!
As Carroll had to work this morning, Grace took us out and about. First we went to a local craft fair, Called 'A Touch of Class', which was nothing like our fairs. It was on a farm and it had barns full of stuff, lots of halloween, autumn, and Christmas things. They were in old barn type buildings, and instead of baskets to put your shopping in, there were metal ...
After breakfast, (Grace and Carroll stayed at the hotel too),we had a tour of downtown St Paul - this is one side of the river, and Minneapolis is the other side, they are locally called the twin cities. Looked at the University and city buildings, then stopped at the Capitol -Where the senate, the house of representatives and supreme court are. Very ornate inside with marble columns and stair cases. There are the old flags from the local regiments ...
... into a hotel. Perhaps they are the new Amish. Didn't have my camera so couldn't take a picture. darn.
Leaving my bro in laws house we saw two huge bucks. They were much bigger than the deer we see around Bellingham. These looked like deer people hunt for. They were quite majestic looking. didn't have my camera ready again, darn.
Well off to bed with the sound of rain on the roof and hoping the tornado watch doesn't turn into a tornado warning. ...
... the Whitestone and Limestone layers. Apparently there are Amish people living in the area. We saw young man on a horse drawn wagon, who was dozing, probably from bailing hay. Even though the reigns were slack, you could tell that the horse new exactly where it was going. Our goal was to leave Wisconsin at La Crosse - which is a Mississippi River crossover to Minnesota. The weather was great. ...