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Minnesota is a state ruled by nature's frigid winters, and cool summers, identified by its dense, old-growth boreal forest and loved for the more than 10,000 lakes which provide favored pastimes and sustenance for wildlife and residents alike. There are many activities for visitors to delight themselves with such as, hiking, canoeing, skiing and snowboarding, rooting for the home hockey team, shopping and simply soaking in the natural beauty that makes this state so spectacular. While Minnesota may be remote and distant from so many other destinations, that is all a part of its charm. One can truly get away from it all in any one of the many small towns and larger cities that focus on the quality of life. Even those who wish to join in on the hustle and bustle of a metropolis, Minnesota has that too. It's Twin Cities are fast growing to become hip, trendy cities ready to welcome fresh new faces. Minnesotan's naturally friendly dispositions allows visitors to quickly feel at home, and with so many choices for lodging, the task is made even easier.

A majority of the state is secluded and forested, with many small towns sprinkled among the landscape. To the north is the Boundary waters, known for great canoeing and bird watching. Places like Lake of the Woods provide spectacular accommodations for tourists wishing to fish, hike, bike, boat and relax. Lake of the Woods and many of the other surrounding towns offer hotels, inns, motels, resorts and lodges all ready to accommodate the needs of every visitor. Right along the shoreline of the mighty Lake Superior lies another destination, the city of Duluth. An old seaport, Duluth is one of the last to be reached from the Atlantic via several canals. This city features an aquarium, historic estates, a “haunted” mansion and is considered to be Minnesota's most scenic city. Sail on in and enjoy the stay at any number of available lodgings. Duluth offers inns and hotels that are affordable and spectacular.

Smack dab in the middle of everything is St. Cloud, a growing college town that is primarily focused around its medical institutions. St. Cloud premier occupation in the medical field parallels that of another city further south.   Rochester is the home of the Mayo Clinic so most of it's accommodations are linked to the clinic. Not too far north lie the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Together these two cities represent the center of commerce, trade, finance, history and innovation. St. Paul, the capital of Minnesota features some fantastic historic mansions, visual and performing arts as well as annual festivals. Both cities are popular tourist destinations and offer the very best in lodging. One can find affordable motels, trendy inns and hotels and spectacular resort suites year round.


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