Classic Rosewood Inn

620 Ramsey Street, Hastings, Minnesota, 55033, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 620 Ramsey Street, Hastings, is near Alexis Bailly Vineyard, Vermillion Falls, Historic Downtown, and Carpenter St. Croix Valley Nature Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Hastings

    The road goes on forever

    A travel blog entry by lcridd on Aug 19, 2012

    86 photos

    ... 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. ...

    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 ...

    Transformation

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 01, 2011

    1 comment

    I spent nine months reinventing myself as an athletic outdoorsy type instead of a nerdy bookworm who reads about athletic outdoorsy types. All for an eight day trip. Here are some of the highlights of those months.



    Early May

    Julie has done nothing to prepare since our hike in January. Now that the snow has finally melted, she's ready to heft her pack and tramp 3.5 miles around Lake Calhoun. I’ve been working out for five months and I’m ...

    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 ...

    Last visit with Peter's mother

    A travel blog entry by betsypetersnow on Nov 09, 2010

    ... lucky enough to hit the first snow storm of the year.

    On November 28th after being back in Marathon for a week - Peter's mother passed a way. Peter's mother was able to spend Thanksgiving at her granddaughter's house and died peacefully at home the following Sunday. She had a wonderful life and was ready to go. We all miss her very ...