Travel Blogs from Minneapolis, United States

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Minny So Ta (Minnesota), Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Minny So Ta (Minnesota)

A travel blog entry by gabbylinnear

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Just a spring break get away for my 15yr old sister. We decided to take a girls trip to the Mall of America since my sister and I had never been. I flew in they drove in. The airport can be pretty confusing there's like 2 different parts on 2 different ...

CR Holiday travel query -- Help., Minneapolis, United States travel blog

CR Holiday travel query -- Help.

A travel blog entry by mnruhs

My wife and I are planning a 2 week trip in Costa Rica between Dec 18 and the 31st (2 weeks) of this year (2010). We're traveling with our 14 year-old daughter. This is not our first trip to a developing country, but we have a few questions we're looking ...

NKOTBSB (mostly Donnie Wahlberg though), Minneapolis, United States travel blog

NKOTBSB (mostly Donnie Wahlberg though)

A travel blog entry by peppis

So yes. I used to be a big Backstreet Boys fan back in the day, no regrets or anything. Straight edge lil' chubby 13 year old me had posters of Nick Carter all over my walls and me and my girlfriends spent hours getting in line for their Solna concert in ...

SPAM for all, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

SPAM for all

A travel blog entry by hirsch

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You shouldn't spend a week in the Spam capitol of the country without eating some Spam. It’s really better than you expect it to be!  And you can buy it in tins with lots of different seasonings and flavors – turkey Spam, lite (with ...

Day 2 of our road trip, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Day 2 of our road trip

A travel blog entry by bena.maryellen

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Today, we drove from Indianapolis, IN to Minneapolis, MN. We went through Indiana, Illinois, including Chicago, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. It was a beautiful, sunny day, in the mid-70's all day. Indiana and Illinois' countryside is mostly covered by soy ...

Anxious to Go, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Anxious to Go

A travel blog entry by decartes

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As you can imagine we are anxious to get started on our retreat to Hawaii. We have been collected the vital things like bathing suits, sunglasses and sunscreen. We head to Chicago tomorrow for Dwayne for business with NAR and then begin our adventure ...

Packing up, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Packing up

A travel blog entry by triptalk

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... goodbye to my friends?  I was fine on the first two, but not the latter.  I left a lot of good people behind in Minneapolis, and I will miss them all A LOT.  Really a lot.  But new adventures await, and I will be back to the Twin ...

Enjoying a beautiful July day, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Enjoying a beautiful July day

A travel blog entry by freedmanfamily

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... visits Target.  (As an aside, the population of Calgary is almost exactly the same as the population of Minneapolis without St. Paul - about 1.2 million.) The afternoon was filled with more intense silliness.  Lots of time swimming, jumping and ...

Visas, Financial Aid, Orientation... oh boy., Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Visas, Financial Aid, Orientation... oh boy.

A travel blog entry by jennhicks

Yesterday was our in-person orientation for Spain, oh boy.  So many things left on the checklist of things to do before Spain.  Visa applications to be filled out, confirmation paperwork and financial paperwork.  Plus coursework selection ...

Count-Down, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Count-Down

A travel blog entry by travel0606

As the day of flight over the Atlantic Ocean nears, 8 of us are scrambling to pull together the last minute items to push into the suitcases that are much too small to keep under the 50 lb limit! Its almost here! ...

Early Years, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Early Years

A travel blog entry by lancejlee

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Older tan dirt. This is were I was born in 1939 ...

Getting There: Part 1 of 4, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Getting There: Part 1 of 4

A travel blog entry by kaceykujala

This is crazy! This is absolutely insane. I'm here at the airport awaiting the first step of my great Australian adventure. I remember a few months ago, actually like four months ago, when I first booked this trip. It seemed like a dream at the time; in ...

Back to big cities, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Back to big cities

A travel blog entry by canadianjulie

... the St.Anthony Falls Heritage trail. This trail explains the history of the city and its beginning as a flour milling leader. Minneapolis is actually the birthplace of General Mills, Pillsbury, and the first radio cooking show, Betty Crocker. At one end ...

Minneapolis, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Minneapolis

A travel blog entry by tomodea

Left Minneapolis at about ...

Minnesota State Fair, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Minnesota State Fair

A travel blog entry by sinfronteras

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Shout out to Nicole for suggesting the Minnesota State Fair about a year or two ago!  You were so right--this is so much fun.....we're making plans to return next year for at least a couple of days.  Spent from about 10am til 7pm making our way ...

Transiting Minneapolis, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Transiting Minneapolis

A travel blog entry by nahury1

Transiting ...

Detour, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Detour

A travel blog entry by midwestchicas

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... the south by then).  Sat the 16th we ran a half marathon through the woods in a little town called Faribault outside of Minneapolis.   We were very pleased with our times and the whole run all together.  The course started at a church ...

A trip to the fair and our last week in MN., Minneapolis, United States travel blog

A trip to the fair and our last week in MN.

A travel blog entry by foxnbancroft

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Our last week in Minnesota involved a little less traveling around as Nigel's brother came to visit us, so we chose to do a few more local things. We did a good amount of drinking, including learning a very bizarre drinking game named 'true American' ...

Game 16: No Sleep Till Minneapolis, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Game 16: No Sleep Till Minneapolis

A travel blog entry by pattycake_4

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... it more character than most stadiums that just have an arch of seats. The old school sign of the two guys (one representing Minneapolis and one representing St. Paul) shaking hands across a river, was a cool feature, unfortunately I didn't see it animated ...

Heenreis, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Heenreis

A travel blog entry by ivoenjanine

Op deze dag zullen we aankomen in Minneapolis.....en een nachtje logeren in een ...

Day 3: Minnesota Bound, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Day 3: Minnesota Bound

A travel blog entry by dubnation

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... highways I travel back home. The trip through Iowa was my first time in the state. Next up: Minnesota. Although I've been to Minneapolis a couple of times I've gotten there by flying, so this was my first time driving to the state, so seeing the ...

Day 4 In Minneapolis: Home to a really big mall!, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Day 4 In Minneapolis: Home to a really big mall!

A travel blog entry by dubnation

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... United States when it opened.The King of Prussia Mall now holds the spot of being the largest shopping mall in the United States, in terms of retail space. The Mall of America's 42 million annual visitors equal roughly eight times the population of ...

No place like home, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

No place like home

A travel blog entry by kuerbis

I get off the plane, and I feel my heart racing. I walk quickly and find the escalator to go down towards the baggage claim. Mom is siting there and it's all I can do not to run down the escalator stairs to hug her. I wave and we both smile until I reach ...

President Pribbenow to Join the Choir in China, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

President Pribbenow to Join the Choir in China

A travel blog entry by augsburgchoir

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... is a privilege for me (and my nine-year old son, Thomas—who is a student in a Chinese immersion elementary school in Minneapolis) to accompany the Augsburg Choir on its tour to China. It is always special for me to spend time with our students and ...

El comienzo de nuestro road trip!, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

El comienzo de nuestro road trip!

A travel blog entry by lamaga

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Llegué a la estación de Minneapolis y Lau me estaba esperando con su tía postiza, que nos dejó en la casa de la familia donde vivía Lau. Conocí a la familia, comimos algo y nos acostamos a dormir. Al otro día Lau se fue a trabajar a la escuela y yo ...

Looking for Mary and Rhoda., Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Looking for Mary and Rhoda.

A travel blog entry by richandjanell

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... the next week or so.  Hope we can dry out a little. We are staying here until July 1st and are going to explore Minneapolis.  This is the first big city we have come to on our trip and we noticed the additional traffic right away.  This ...

My Home Town, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

My Home Town

A travel blog entry by dogfloss

Minneapolis - Its a former home, but the original home so its always home on many levels. That good mix of big / small city. You got the sports teams and concerts, but can still find parking infront of your buddies house and drive for 30 minutes in any ...

minneapolis, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

minneapolis

A travel blog entry by marcmsm

july ...

MN and Beyond, Minneapolis, United States travel blog

MN and Beyond

A travel blog entry by tidesinn

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Family start to Leg 2 of the Great Vacation We arrived at Jerry's between 4 an 5 pm, not bad considering the late start we got due to having the motor home welded and the hour we lost entering Central Time. Mary Ann was volunteering that evening at a ...

Stateside Again..., Minneapolis, United States travel blog

Stateside Again...

A travel blog entry by benmendenhall

After over a year abroad in London, I have returned to the USA. It will take some time to get readjusted to life here. I have enjoyed my time halfway around the world, and will never forget the experiences I had and the people I have met! ...

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