When the market is open the door that is painted over is open. I had to go back when the market is closed to get an unobstructed view.
It is nice to see the Dayton’s building repurposed. I hope to be repurposed myself one day.
Near the corner of 10th and Cedar in downtown St. Paul there is an interesting mixture of old buildings and new ones, and the greenline too.
Where the hungry people go. Fine dining on Robert Street at 10th street E.
St. Paul city streets are hard to bike on because they are full of potholes. The sidewalks are full of tables and chairs and scooters and bikes.
The Capital City Bikeway (CCB) is smooth and there are is no outdoor dining on it and so far I have not seen any limebikes or scooters.
They widened this sidewalk for dining and there is room to walk on it.