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Address: 38th Hiawatha Ave, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55406, United States | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located in the Longfellow area of Minneapolis, is near Minnehaha Park, Lake Nokomis, College of St. Catherine, and Hiawatha Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Minneapolis

There is no place like home. The end.

A travel blog entry by krister80 on Oct 20, 2014

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... and a volcanic black rock beach. I spent time in the Medieval Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, experienced the Modernist architecture of Gaudi and felt the energy and vibe that only Barcelona has. On the Italian Rivera time stood still where I saw where nature and people collide. The storms coming in off the sea and the villages built into the seaside. I experienced some of Tuscany's rolling hills, rich wine and olive oil. And ...

Mary Tyler Moore, Here We Are!

A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Aug 29, 2014

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... SAE house, there it was! Of course, no trip to Minneapolis would be complete unless we found the bronze statue of Mary Richards tossing her hat in the air. For those of you who don't remember or maybe too young to remember, Minneapolis was the home of the Mary Tyler Moore show. One of the opening scenes was Mary tossing her hat in the air. Made Dick drive by there! Thanks, RueMel for mentioning that this existed! And, I know that Dick thanks you. haha! So, we saw the MLB ...

2am

A travel blog entry by untilseattle on Aug 16, 2014

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... 51012; 뒤로하고 여행을 떠나야 겠지.

Families and friends that we will miss so much. We are taking this trip because we want to see and learn many things but knowing that we won’t be able to see them for a while makes me very sad. Just thinking about it makes me cry. But as JK said to me today, goodbyes are needed in order to have hellos. For families we will meet in Korea and friends we ...

Day Two

A travel blog entry by danielstravels on Jul 03, 2014

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Ashley began her day as usual, running. After showers, we biked to the biggest playground we've ever seen before heading to the Mall of America where we met Lynn. The girls shopped some. Then, they rode a few rides in Universal Park. There is a cool ropes course with a four story slide that costs $12 per person per day. Unfortunately, it ...

Standby... Wait... And analyze.

A travel blog entry by mysuppression on Jun 17, 2014

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... uneasy, a little shocked and maybe even a little intrigued. He began painting a picture of his past, that there was once cash transactions involved when being with guys, and that it continued for a quite some time. Who cares really, I mean, everyone has a past, and to a degree, I was rather fascinated by his story, I was intrigued and freaked at the same time and wanted to tap more into his brain about it. BUT it was time to call it a balmy (and extremely weird) ...