The Historic Inn on Ramsey Street

Address: 620 Ramsey St, Hastings, Minnesota, 55033-2142, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 620 Ramsey St, Hastings, is near Alexis Bailly Vineyard, Vermillion Falls, Historic Downtown, and Carpenter St. Croix Valley Nature Center.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Historic Inn on Ramsey Street Hastings

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Hastings

          Dinner and a city tour.

          A travel blog entry by redrox on Jul 15, 2013

          ... 3 years ago we discovered a home that was available for rent by an absentee owner who lives in Minneapolis. We have negotiated, communicated and dealt with Louise by mail, email and telephone for those years and had yet to meet each other. This was an opportunity. I contacted Louise and let her know about our date and short window. She graciously invited us to dinner and offered to give us a tour of the city she has lived in for all of ...

          "I Can't Believe It's Happening!"

          A travel blog entry by rotarygse on Mar 09, 2013

          2 comments, 1 photo

          As our team met for the last time to finalize details before we fly across the pond, Jaime said "I can't believe it's happening!"

          So much preparation and work has gone into this trip. As team members, the beginning of this process started last summer with applications and essays, followed by the interview process in November, and meeting fairly regularly to go over our presentation and logistics for the last 6 months (not to mention all the work and research ...

          Home sweet Home

          A travel blog entry by travelbug1054 on Jun 02, 2012

          1 comment

          ... car or even our van. RV's are considered high profile vehicles, meaning the wind will impact your driving. We loved seeing all the frontier towns and miles and miles of highway and pine trees with virtually no traffic

          The terrain of Alaska was like northern Minnesota, where we have a cabin near Orr, MN. We frequently caught ourselves saying "this looks just like Minnesota"! Now, when we are up near the cabin, we say "this looks just like the ...

          Epilogue and gear list

          A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Oct 05, 2011



          It took time for Isle Royale to leave me. I dreamed of trees for several more nights. One morning I had a dream of standing above a crazy hard descent off the ridge, wondering how the heck I was going to do it. Then I realized I didn't have to because I wasn't on the island anymore! Whew!

          My dark urine issue resolved itself right away. I'm assuming I was burning up my muscle tissue. Why my body didn't go for the fat is beyond ...

          The End.

          A travel blog entry by schm2199 on Apr 23, 2011

          1 comment

          ... empty some of my bag so I threw out big bottles of lotion and my wrinkle releaser and threw a couple of the small liquid items into my carry on. Well, then I had too many small liquids in my carry on and had to get my bag searched…Mind you, the Britain culture is very slow. That took far too long and was completely unnecessary, once again I had to throw some liquids out! Not done yet…Then we decided to go and eat at a ...