I am going to be attending a conference in Chicago next April. I want to extend my trip so that I can spend a few extra days exploring. I'll have time during the conference to see Chicago so I want to head further afield. I've always wanted to visit the Twin Cities, so am thinking of heading that way. The one thing that stops me is the weather. I have 5 days in total. Is this the best way to head? I have been reading about the wonderful countryside in Minnesota, but am thinking that it might be pretty bleak in winter. I will be travelling alone, so getting stuck in a snowstorm is not the kind of fun I'm looking for!!
I like quaint towns, museums, and shopping. Anyone any ideas? Or, should I just hop on a plane and go somewhere warm?? I'm over in Ireland, so I want to make the most of my few days vacation.
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