Anoka's roads to the past

  • Article by: PAUL LEVY , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 27, 2011 - 2:32 PM

From Whiskey Flats to Swede Town to Firemen's Grove, the story of Anoka's older neighborhoods is often as colorful as their names.

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mare1947Jan. 2, 12 8:24 AM

My daughters and I have made Ticknor Hill Bed & Breakfast our mother/daughter getaway for about 15 years now. Every year we stay there and are pampered with the beauty and elegance of this most unbelievable beautiful B&B. The Innkeeper Debbie and her husband Dave are exquisite in their kindness and generosity and the most delicious breakfast they serve on China, crysal and silver adding to the most beautiful imported lace tablecloth and the crystal chandelier with candles burning. I cannot say enough about this romantic and elegant and beautiful B&B. If you want a getaway with your hubby or wife, they even have a honeymoon suite; or if you want a fun evening with your girlfriends to sit around the beautiful fireplace and chat. Each room is decorated differently in Victorian themes. You can't beat the price. It's a bed & breakfast that you will want to come back to over and over and over again. Sincerely, Tami Leonhardt, Kelly Durenberger and Mary Leonhardt.

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