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Home to the world renowned Mayo Clinic, Rochester (population: 100,500) was providing top-notch TLC long before medical tourism became a trend. It also has hospitality down to a science, welcoming...
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Bald eagles, a beautifully crafted carousel and freshwater pearls add whimsy and character to Lake City and Wabasha, nestled along Lake Pepin where the Mississippi majestically widens.
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Active travelers come to Ely bearing canoe paddles and backpacks; others rest easy at plush lodges.
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Where Minnesota hugs Lake Superior, expect cozy cabins, stately lighthouses and lake views stretching all the way up the shore to Canada. You'll travel via the one road to the North Shore: US-61...
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It’s big-city culture for those who love nature—quintessential Twin Cities.
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Three Midwest lakes in Minnesota, Indiana and Missouri offer all the allure of more popular destinations without the traffic.
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Along the wild and scenic St. Croix River and 28 miles northeast of the Twin Cities, Stillwater (population: 18,226) combines a historic downtown with contemporary dining, shopping and lodging.
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Northfield, a historic town known for its Defeat of Jesse James Festival each September, awaits 45 miles south of the Twin Cities.
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Minneapolis and Saint Paul offer one metro area with two cities’ worth of dining, arts, parks and nightlife.
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Ely is a last outpost of sorts: Outfitter shops jam-pack the main drag of Sheridan Street, ready to send you off on an adventure with portage packs full of gear and a canoe tied on top of your car.

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