Park Row Bed and Breakfast

Address: 525 Park Row, Saint Peter, Minnesota, 56082, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 525 Park Row, Saint Peter, is near Kasota Prairie.
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Travel Blogs from Saint Peter

Touring Europe!

A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jun 09, 2015

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... and I soaked my sleeves and jersey again before we left. They stayed fresh and cool for 2 miles! By that time we’d turned east on Route 7 and headed up a pretty steep, longish hill. But it was really pretty – woodlands and flowers along one side, and beautiful farms once we’d reached the top. We rode more slowly now – my average dropped to 14.7 – but it was pleasant and scenic. There was a bit more of a ...

Like all successful movies there's a part 2

A travel blog entry by rich_s on Sep 30, 2014

... it!! All that said the completion of the rubix cube will certainly now be on my CV! Ok queenstown, 6 days, 3 nights out and 1000000000 minutes of laughter! The tripod well and truly made the most of ferg burger (the burger is the entire meal, no sides or pudding), 2 for 3 dollar cookie hour and FREE dinner every night at the hostel. We also enjoyed meeting people from the buses behind us and seein what the nightlife had ...

This trip could really happen!

A travel blog entry by 29-ford-model-a on Dec 26, 2012

1 comment, 1 photo

... dropped me off from our day's adventure. I had a plan that someday, I would purchase that pickup. Well the old truck got away from me and I forgot about it for years. In 1990, I helped a couple retired friends, Clarence and Merlin, haul a '29 Ford Tudor back to Clarence's garage and then watched as he and Merlin had fun restoring it over the next couple months. At times I pitched in and helped when I ...

In Retrospect...The Rhyme and Reason

A travel blog entry by isimbrr2011 on Jul 24, 2011


... of the U.S. As you may recall, The Skyline Drive was not on an earlier route version. It came back because we had to gain some comfort level on rented bikes and some self confidence in riding at high speeds on the interstate and in the mountains. Knowing what was to come, this was an extremely important part of the ride. For some it was boringly slow and unchallenging. For others, it was downright scary. For all, it started the mad dash for "been there" pins. Why Waynesboro?? ...

In Retrospect...The Players

A travel blog entry by isimbrr2011 on Jul 24, 2011

2 comments, 1 photo

... one at every stop...His late night strolls around the hotels doing what makes it difficult to dub him "Waldo" or "the Good Humor Guy". Should it be the "Doobie Brother" (yes, he is a musician). I can't remember how many times Andy told me he got bad gas as his bike struggled to keep up in the mountains...Shellac in the carbs perhaps??...or was it too much ice cream?!

Jim Busby: He was the only one of the guys who wasn't in Pakistan. At 67 years old, definitely the old **** ...

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