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3980 5th St. NE, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55421, United States
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Forum Posts

compettitive volleyball

by brarogers

My name is Bryan and I just moved here from portland and I need a place to play AA
level ball. I would also like to get on a mens team or a co ed team. If anyone has any info please get back to me. brarogers@yahoo.com. thanks Bryan

RE: compettitive volleyball

by lkdahl

City Sports Connection or CSC runs alot of adult co-ed leagues from soccer to softball, including indoor and sand volleyball leagues.

Their website is:

www.cscsports.com

I think you might be able to sign up as an individual, but not positive. Otherwise try posting on www.craigslist.com that you are looking for a team to play on.

Hope this helps.
Cheers!

Travel Tips for Minneapolis

Wi-Fi Access

by emoja

Royale Caffe, on the corner of Hennepin Avenue and 12th Street, is a funky little coffeeshop with free wi-fi access and two Mac's for those who don't bring their own laptop. Comfy couches and plenty of table seating along with a trendy decor and large windows make this place great for not only logging on, but also relaxing with a newspaper or even people watching.

A wide variety of coffees are served, as well as several sandwiches. So far I've had the turkey and the mozzarella - both good. I tried the black bean roll-up but didn't care much for it. You can also get a block of gouda or another type of cheese for $1, and for another dollar you can add a mini-loaf of crusty french bread to your plate.

Try not to hog the Mac's if you notice people waiting (at times it can be busy in there). The Royale Caffe is only a block away from the community college, which makes it a popular spot for college students in their mid-twenties.

Not bad drivers- Tourists Can't Drive Conditions

by MNtoLA

Not all MN drivers are bad. Actually, most are good drivers. MN nice does apply in traffic. Just put your turn signal on and someone will let you in. You don't need to be an aggressive driver and MN drivers don't like this. Usually, its the tourists who come and don't know how to drive on ice or in snowstorms that end up causing problems. As you get more rural, some of the driving is worse, but it usually its slow driving. This is because elderly people in MN are very stubborn, insisting that they can drive until they die. Its not uncommon for nursing home residents to drive themselves still. As far as jaywalking- its worse in St. Paul- but don't do it. You'll be ticketed. In the Urban areas- 10mph above the speed limit is the norm and you better keep up or move over. With the 4 way stops, the person to the right of you has the right of way, and if they don't take it, then you can take it. The accidents come when people are unsure of who needs to go. I just always go and never have any problems. One last tip- Roads are high maintenance because of the weather and you need to watch out for pot holes. Especially in rural areas. It is acceptable to drive on the other side of the road to avoid the pot hole if nobody is coming.

Snow is not all bad

by acemj

In fact, it has its uses. Of course, you can entertain kids all day by making snowmen or starting snowball fights, but you can also chill the wine simply by placing it outside on the deck. This bottle was ready to serve in less than 20 minutes!

A Pro Sports Town

by acemj

Other pro sports include:
Baseball: Twins
Hockey: The Wild
Basketball: Timberwolves

All of the pro teams, except the Wild play in downtown Minneapolis. The Wild play in downtown St. Paul.

Its just across the river..St. Paul

by Faracy

If you´re not from Minnesota, you might not know that St. Paul and Minneapolis are different cities.. maybe you do..
St. Paul is older, more scenic, and more residential then Minneapolis.. It´s the capitol of Minnesota, and has wonderful Victorian Mansions on Summit Avenue..
I also recommend going to Grand Avenue.. a trendy shopping district .
The downside to St. Paul is that most things close earlier than in Minneapolis.. There is markedly less nightlife.. Good to visit though.

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