• Boats on Lower Lake, Minneapolis
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Nicknamed "the Land of 10,000 lakes", Minnesota surprises with its commitment to nature and urban life. In the heart of America, on a land that is conducive to cross-fertilization, the art of living distilled by Minneapolis is unparalleled in terms of cultural and gastronomic life, at the foot of the Mississippi. A legacy that aviator Charles Lindbergh would not have refused, as he spent his youth vacation in Minnesota.

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Halfway between Los Angeles and New York, Minnesota is often considered as the "heart of America". While the two main cities are Minneapolis and Saint Paul, the state can also count on Rochester, Duluth, Bloomington and Saint Cloud. Its many green spaces, parks and lakes allow a plethora of activities in the region.

With 57 museums, opera houses, theatres, festivals, renowned tables and eclectic concerts, Minneapolis is a sophisticated city for which culture is essential. Minnesota is famous for its parks, nature reserves and more than 12,000 lakes. Boat, jet-ski, river trip in a buoy, anything is possible!

The more studious will nevertheless go to Sudan Mine State Park to discover the history of iron mining, while aviation enthusiasts will travel to Little Falls to visit the house where the famous aviator Charles Lindbergh spent his holidays.


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Review of Minneapolis: Pike Island Loop by Jose
May 05, 2020 · Community
Yo! This route didn’t start at the best starting point. For a good loop I recommend starting at Fort Snelling to avoid having to park at the Metro. The loop is not assessable during the spring or summer due to extreme muddy conditions that make walking almost impossible and extremely dangerous. Might be a better trail in the late fall or winter. Won’t do this particular loop again, but I might still hike around Fort Snelling as there are other trails in this area to enjoy.
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Review of Gooseberry by Klaus
July 16, 2019 · Community
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