What should you do? Plenty I suppose! It’s really easy to get around, especially with public transit and bike-sharing. You can even add to the map for others to enjoy. First, a link to the map as well as the map itself.
A few notes:
I put just one place for accommodations for each city. I highly recommend setting up at the Radisson Red Minneapolis. Use your phone to book your room, open your door, order a pillow, order just about anything then head down to their OUI Bar & Ktchn and have Sari, #bridgey, Wil and Matt serve you food and beverages. They are four individuals that work perfectly together as one team.
Downtown St. Paul is really unique. It’s large enough to pretty much do anything, get around by foot, Green Line Light Rail, bus and Nice Ride bike-sharing. Even in the coldest winter days you can walk around via skyway.
The Ft. Snelling/Mendota Bridge area is a hidden gem for trail-walking. Remember to bring hydration for all of you as there aren’t really any convenience stores nearby. As close as it is to city limits, it’s pretty much you, scenery and the wilderness.
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