Ticknor Hill Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1625 Third Ave., Anoka, Minnesota, 55303, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1625 Third Ave., Anoka, is near The Woods, J. O'Donoghue Books, and Woodland Creek Golf Club.
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      Enroute

      A travel blog entry by beckmeister on Apr 17, 2014

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      ... in Barbie's Dreamhouse.
      Then we headed back to the airport, grabbed some dinner and got on the airbus for France.
      Nice plane, but ****** food. I think Rhea slept for a few hours, but I could not sleep in that chair.
      I was longing for the business class recliners. Everything was complimentary, including the alcohol and there were movies, video games, and music ...

      Face to Face encounters

      A travel blog entry by cctaylor on Jul 17, 2013

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      ... br>
      So we did some shopping, i found a cool new clothing store - now my favourite, not only excellent service but great prices. OMG the prices - even with sales tax everything is SOOOOOO cheap.

      Our second night in Minnesota was the long awaited dinner with the lovely Steve Graner - CTA Director of NME and his delightful wife Suzie and their son Luke. Steve, Suzie and Luke treated us to a delicious dinner at Wise Acre Eatery - where they grow all ...

      A dream takes flight

      A travel blog entry by kuerbis on May 07, 2013

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      ... but I had used the last of my stick at home and, once done, said to myself, "ok, go up stairs and get a new stick to bring with," but of course I started doing something else and, well... yeah, exactly)). I started to laugh each time I realized a new small item. I knew I had all the necessities (i.e. passport, camera, computer...) so I wasn't too worried (I knew Germany would have such small things such as q-tips (which I just found out is "Wattestäbchen" in German ...

      The road goes on forever

      A travel blog entry by lcridd on Aug 19, 2012

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      ... customs that we have a car, and then that is it. This was done in the country you were leaving and the country you were entering. Usually it was an hour on each side.

      Costa Rica and Panama were much more complicated with the need to visit at least 7 different windows to collect papers, signatures, and pay fees. This would take about 2 hours on each side of the border.

      To cross into Mexico with a car you have to pay a $200 deposit. ...

      NKOTBSB (mostly Donnie Wahlberg though)

      A travel blog entry by peppis on Jul 17, 2011

      ... me finally buying a ticket. To be commpleeetely honest I can pinpoint it down to what episode of Blue Bloods made me decide on buying that ticket (After hours).

      To wrap things up. The concert was fantastic and I am very happy that Donnie gets to take such a big role in the show. He is not only pretty to look at, but seems genuinely happy to be on stage and entertaining (which can't be said for everyone now). ...