Marriott Minneapolis West

9960 Wayzata Blvd, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55426, United States
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by mafootje

"Get the picture ?"

The first day the strawberries had Jackets (look at my hotel tip for that picture) . But since it took a lot more time then the first time i guess roomservice had a busy night.


Niceride checkout kioskNiceride checkout kiosk

Minnehaha Falls-52 foot drop of Minnehaha CreekMinnehaha Falls-52 foot drop of Minnehaha Creek

Surely it will get better with time.Surely it will get better with time.

Lake street Bridge from the WinchellLake street Bridge from the Winchell

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minneapolis to thunder bay

by jackymcgowan

I am trying to get to thunder bay from minneapolis. I do not mind hiring a car but any car rental that I have tried does not facilitate between these two places. Can you help.
Is there a train that one could get. One that ensures that you can still take in the scenery between the two places or is there a bus.

Re: minneapolis to thunder bay

by bocmaxima

You generally cannot rent cars one-way between the US and Canada. There are many rental companies that allow their US-based cars to be driven into Canada, but you'll have to check with the individual company.
No train, but there is a Greyhound bus:

Travel Tips for Minneapolis

Architecture: ING Reliastar Building

by yooperprof

What's now known as the ING Reliastar Building dates from 1964, and was the design of architect Minoru Yamasaki (1912-1986). Yamasaki, a second-generation Japanese-American, was an enthusiastic "modernist" whose vocabulary of design typified the streamlined post-World War II era in the USA. Elements of the Reliastar Building could also be seen in Yamasaki's most famous structures, the World Trade Center Towers in lower Manhattan.

Yamasaki was also the designer of the ill-fated Pruitt-Igoe Public Housing Project in St. Louis.

A city built for the cold

by shrimp56

The "Twin Cities" have devised many strategies for surviving the cold weather. One is the many "skyways" and connecting tunnels among the buildings in downtown Minneapolis. Another is the covered [if unheated] pedestrian bridge over the Mississippi Riverthat leads to the university. The road is on the level under the pedestrian level.

Batter up!

by goodfish

In 2010, our beloved Minnesota Twins moved into what ESPN is calling the #1 sports stadium in North America: Target Field. Our gorgeous, open-air ballpark is located smack in the middle of lots of bars and restaurants in the downtown Warehouse District, and holds nearly 40,000 avid fans in a combination of tiered decks, club seating and luxury suites. Ringing the field seating are covered, heated concourses with usual concessions, restrooms, apparel shops, ATMS, etc. But what's not at all usual about this cadillac of an arena:

• Vegetarian and gluten-free food options

• You can get married on home plate - wedding packages available

• Roof deck bar with a fire pit
(open to the public only for certain games - extra admission fee)

• State of the art sound system

• 401 women's and 266 men's restrooms (ladies, rejoice!)

• Great sight lines from nearly every seat

• On the light rail line

• Huge, high-def Jumbotron

• Wheelchair accessible from all gates, scrolling commentary for the deaf, and lots of other pluses for the disabled

• Public and private lounges, clubs and restaurants with viewing windows

There's just too much good stuff about it to list! Nope, baseball doesn't get any better than this.
See this link for individual game/seating prices: Dress for the weather

Christmas Lights

by DSwede

In all the cities and countries that I have visited, Minneapolis area has some of the best Christmas decorations ever. With a white covering of snow, cold clean air, and wonderful decorations... it will definately fill you with the proper holiday cheer.

Pick up any local paper and look in the back for that season's best ranked decorations. They also sometimes give neighborhood names on the local news.
The neighborhoods of Golden Valley and Crystal are usually good bets.


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Address: 9960 Wayzata Blvd, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55426, United States