Really? It’s bad enough to pay taxes mid-April, but to have to write your check during a snowstorm is just wrong. To attempt to ease the weight of this situation, the Moondance Inn is running a couple of pretty fine specials through May. It is as follows:
Moondance Inn Weekday night Special
Stay Sunday through Thursday night from $99 to $119 (regularly $125 to $149). All rooms feature private baths with two-person whirlpools, electric fireplaces, cookie and tea service in the afternoon, plus a full breakfast served at tables for two in our dining room. Must stay by 5/31/2013. Third party gift cards not accepted for this special. Call 866-388-8145 or go on-line at www.moondanceinn.com.
Moondance Inn Weekend night Special
Stay Friday or Saturday night from $139 to $159 per night (regularly $185 to $219). All rooms feature private baths with two-person whirlpools, electric fireplaces, wine and appetizers both evenings and a full breakfast served at tables for two in our dining room. Must stay by 5/31/2013. Third party gift cards not accepted for this special. Call 866-388-8145 or go on-line at www.moondanceinn.com.
If you would enjoy a true small town, home style Holiday, visit Red Wing. The day after Thanksgiving visit for the Holiday Stroll. Downtown Red Wing is decked out with lights, carolers, street food vendors, and many great shops to find unique holiday gifts. Return the first Saturday in December for the Bed and Breakfast Open House. Grand homes dating back to 1874 will be beautifully decorated. You can visit 5 B&B’s along with the historic St. James Hotel.
At last, some sunny weather. I might have even sweated the other day.
Red Wing, MN. is offering a wide range of activities. Would a river cruise to view bald eagles be of interest? Perhaps your preference is a historic trolley tour. How many of you would like to see how Red Wing Shoes are made. A factory tour is available. Sipping local produced wine while eating a gourmet wood fired pizza is yours at Falconer Vineyards. How about live comedy with Tim Allen? This is but a few of the many activities to enjoy when visiting Red Wing this summer.
Many people think the name of Red Wing came from Red Wing Shoes or Red Wing Pottery. The name came from the leader of the Mdewakanton Dakota Sioux.
This Sioux tribe had lived in this region long before settlers arrived. They are the owners of Treasure Island Resort and Casino and have made great contributions to our region.