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Minnesota is a state in the Midwestern region of the United States. Known as the Land of 10,000 Lakes, it technically has well over 15,000. The northern tip of Minnesota that juts into Lake of the Woods is the most northern point in the lower 48 states of the USA.
Minnesota was carved out of the eastern half of the Minnesota Territory and admitted to the Union as the 32nd state on May 11, 1858. While the More...
||Flandrau State Park
Flandrau State Park is in the southern part of the state of Minnesota, U.S. The park is located on the outskirts of New Ulm, along the Cottonwood River.Get around
The park offers good road access to all camp sites. There are also several hiking trails that connect to all of the park facilities once you're there. Activities
The park features a well-kept sand-bottom swimming pool replete with zero-depth access, on-duty life guard and a refreshments stand. Lodging
• Semi-modern site (with More...
• Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport - The airport is divided into the Lindbergh and Humphrey terminals with most flights arriving at the former. Savvy travelers should check to make sure they know which terminal they are arriving at/departing from.
The new light rail train is extremely convenient for those who need to get downtown from the airport. Fare is $1.50-2.00 depending on the time of day. The trains are fast and clean. They also serve the Mall of America and parts More...
Minneapolis is part of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul. At approximately 380,000 people, it is the largest city in Minnesota. Minneapolis Daytime Skyline
Minneapolis was born as a center of grain commerce due to its location on the banks of the Mississippi. The river cuts through the downtown, formerly dividing Minneapolis from the city of St. Anthony. What was St. Anthony is now NE and SE Minneapolis. More...
Duluth is a city of about 87,000 people in northern Minnesota. Duluth has always been a shipping town: first for furs, later for iron ore, timber, and grain. As a shipping and milling town, Duluth once had the highest number of millionaires per capita in the United States. Today, Duluth has a thriving tourism industry, with antique shops, excellent restaurants, cozy inns, and scenic views of Lake Superior. Canal Park and Superior Street have the highest concentrations of tourist destinations in the city. The famous Aerial Lift Bridge is on Lake Avenue, next to Canal More...
Center City is in Philadelphia. Attractions
• Chinatown extends from approximately 8th Street to Broad Street east-west, and Race Street to Market Street north-south. Despite the name, Philadelphia's Chinatown has a variety of Asian ethnicities and has recently become one of the most popular neighborhoods for young people. The streets of Chinatown are dominated by restaurants (mostly Chinese and Vietnamese), at least 5 per block.
• The Fitler Square neighborhood has some good restaurants and More...