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

Why I'm Still in Minnesota

A travel blog entry by soppe on Dec 08, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... apparently one for each day of the week. I had set off with a year's worth of books, returned with twice as many. My ratio of clothes taken to worn was a good 7:1 as I found t-shirts I forgot I even owned. I hope they're mine anyway. What if I'm a sleepwalking kleptomaniac?

Now where was I? Oh right, busy getting comfortable in MN and delaying my departure for reasons I don't yet understand. Quick, does anyone need me to defrost a freezer?


'Simmon Beer and Possum Sup

A travel blog entry by cano-dorval on Nov 14, 2014

33 photos

... lot in Mason City, Illinois which was about 300 kms away from Minneapolis and that was pretty chilly!! We made it to Minnie the next day and stayed in a hotel for a few nights. Then it would be onto the final home stretch. Familiar territory. The weather was looking perfect for driving – cold and sunny. Hopefully the roads will be clear and we'll make it home safely. It's going to be so great to see our kids and our families. And it's going to feel really wonderful to be ...

The real UN assembly: Isanti-Cambridge-Mitchell

A travel blog entry by mitchellusatour on Sep 23, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... of all the billeting families and a bit of Pot Luck. Each family bought a dish and what a spread it turned out to be. Everyone mingled, chatted and talked some more. There is a reason why they call it 'Minnesota Nice'; there is a niceness here that you can't find in many places.The kids are really enjoying their family experience and now I know why. Everyone is so thoughtful and they've been taking extra steps to make everyone happy and comfortable. This is what it's all about. ...

Reflections Upon Traveling Abroad

A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Aug 14, 2014

... but I really learned a lot from the interview itself and although I didn't get the position, I was happy for the experience (and also happy that I didn't get the position as it wasn't a good fit for me). After this interview, then I had an interview with the company that I am going to work for, Aihua Foreign Languages Academy.

After my toughest interview, I was ready for anything and also I reminded myself to just be myself because I would rather be a good fit ...


A travel blog entry by simon.schorn on Jun 14, 2014

17 photos

... Park and the historic Stone Arch Bridge over the river, which offered great views of the water powering over the St Anthony Falls. The biggest on the river, the power generated by this concentrated volume of water gave rise to the city by powering mills to process various materials such as flour, timber and cotton. Today, the river is flanked by a mix of new buildings such as the Guthrie Theatre, huge silos, crumbling former mills and other reclaimed industrial ...