United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all United States activity »
  1. 1 Road Trippin' I-94, I-90, I-5, I-70, & I-80
  2. 2 Maui Bed and Breakfast
  3. 3 Middle aged and overweight - can I hike
  4. 4 Pacific Coast Highway 1st Timer
  5. 5 Tioga Rd closed May-Oct??
  6. 6 All you can eat lobster in vegas and caviar
  7. 7 Yosemite, Sequoia, Kings Canyon in June 2018
  8. 8 Flipkey may be worse the vrbo
  9. 9 Husband unable to walk long distances
  10. 10 Inexpensive NYC Meals 2.0
  11. 11 Trip Report GOOD EATING ON THE DRIVE BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE NORTHEAST??
  12. 12 Hotel near Marlins Park
  13. 13 Trip Report Two Seniors Visit NOLA, Cajuns and MS, Leave Wiser
  14. 14 fairfeld inn or Hampton inn
  15. 15 limited mobility for Savannah
  16. 16 Trip Report Easter Week in Key West April 2017
  17. 17 Colorado Forest Die Off - How Awful Is It? Should We Visit Elsewhere?
  18. 18 Northwest Passage
  19. 19 Travelling to Colorado for the First Time - What Should I See and Do?
  20. 20 Trip Report Cleveland in 36 hours
  21. 21 17 DAYS - NATIONAL PARKS (LOOP FROM VEGAS)
  22. 22 Northwest Car Trip
  23. 23 Vegas to Grand Canyon by car in a day
  24. 24 What type of hire car for Nat Parks in UT, AZ
  25. 25 Trip Report Kauai - wow, just WOW!!!
View next 25 » Back to the top

Minneapolis - Twins Series and Site Seeing

Jump to last reply

My wife and I plan to make a weekend of it in the Cities May 5-7, arriving in late afternoon of the 5th...in time to catch first of 3 Twins games. While we've been to Minneapolis before, it's always been a quick in and out to see a single Twins or Vikings game, or just up to Bloomington to the MOA and then back home (central Iowa).

If we want to spend a few hours at MOA, catch 3 Twins games and see anything worth seeing/visiting/shopping in downtown MPLS, where do you all suggest we stay? We have points built up with Hilton and Marriott, so suggestions for those 2 chans would be great, but we're not locked into them, either.

Also, how "safe" is it to walk around downtown at night? I assume there are areas to avoid and areas that are safe to roam, but I'm not at all familiar with the city, so any insight there is appreciated! Despite being from "farm country," we've explored several larger cities (Chicago, Boston, etc), but found it's always better to get a good idea of where to stay away from in advance. ;)

We assume we'll be using the light rail a LOT. :)

3 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement