18 Jun 2019 - 19 Jun 2019
2 guests - 1 room
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My hometown... I moved away roughly 20 years ago (1998); I came back for a visit 3 years ago (2014) - so much has changed!
I love Minneapolis and its close neighbor St.Paul! The museums and the historic buildings (like the Cathedral and the Capitol) are beautiful!
I will always come home! Love Minnesota but lowkey what's up with the potholes and shit y'all owe me 2 cars now
Perhaps winter isn't the time to visit. Friendly people but, with only a couple of exceptions, visually boring. The city can't seem to decide if the want to emphasize their history or Theo modernity. They have ended up with a hodgepodge that reflects neither.