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Closing of the Wabasha St. Caves and Gangster Tours

Posted November 19, 2020 @ 8:00pm

Closing of the Wabasha St. Caves and Gangster Tours~~~ Tour Guide Notes ~~~If there were a Minnesota Tourism Hall of Fame, Donna (photo) and Steve Bremer would likely be unanimous selections.Since 1991, thanks to them, thousands of visitors have enjoyed the Wabasha Street Caves and Saint Paul Gangster Tours in the Capitol City.Life...

 

Museum of Questionable Medical Devices

Posted November 19, 2020 @ 6:36pm

Museum of Questionable Medical Devices~~~ Tour Guide Notes ~~~In 1987, I was hired by a restauranteur from Omaha to drive her around the Cities visiting restaurants. We stopped at Riverplace where she invited me to join her on a walk-about. Along the corridor, we came upon a W.C. Fields look-alike sitting aside...

 

St. Paul's first resident and original namesake, "Pig's Eye"

Posted May 19, 2020 @ 9:07pm

St. Paul's first resident and original namesake, "Pig's Eye"~~~Tour Guide Notes ~~~Pierre “Pig’s Eye” Perrant – St. Paul’s first namesake ---Born - 1777 in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario [although nobody seems to know exactly when or where.] Nor does anyone seem to know exactly how he got that eye...

 

Cathedral of Saint Paul - The Archibishop and the Architect

Posted May 4, 2020 @ 3:42pm

Cathedral of Saint Paul - The Archibishop and the Architect ~~~Tour Guide Notes~~~The CATHEDRAL OF SAINT PAUL --- To drive the short distance between Saint Paul’s two great domes, the State Capitol and the Cathedral of Saint Paul, one travels along John Ireland Boulevard.In 1904, Archbishop John Ireland (1838-1918) traveled to St....

 

Best chocolate in Twin Cities made from honey!!

Posted April 30, 2020 @ 3:43pm

Best chocolate in Twin Cities made from honey!! ~~~Tour Guide Notes~~~CHOCOLATE! Now that I have your attention...Please allow me to buzz a bit about where, IMHO, the best chocolate is found in the Twin Cities.The business name itself is savory to the palate: Mademoiselle Miel. Isn’t that a delight? ...

 

 
 
 

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