Sheraton Minneapolis Midtown

2901 Chicago Ave. South, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55407, United States
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partying in minnneapolis

by rnstrick

I am coming to minnesota this weekend august 2, 2008. I want several places to party. I like dancing. I am 50 but I dance like I am 35. Prefer music in top 40 class. No country music. Like rhythm and blues and love to shake my rump to the funk. I also want to visit the mall of america. I am planning on staying downtown at the marriott. Any suggestions!!

Re: partying in minnneapolis

by laforstraveller

Pretty much any club in downtown Mnpls will fit the bill. I really can't think of any that play country music--those clubs are out in the burbs. It hard to walk any street within downtown Mnpls and not find a club--you'll have plenty of choices, and you'll certainly hear the music blaring out on the street. If you're flying in, the light rail runs from the airport to downtown Mnpls and from downtown to the Mall of America, thus eliminating the need for a car. The Mall of America is huge, with a small amusement park in the center. You'll find a lot of repeat stores though. I believe that there are 3 or 4 Victoria's Secrets and about the same number of Bath & Body Works, for example. There are the typical mall stores such as New York and Company, Gap, The Limited, Eddie Bauer, etc. There are some local themed shops and a few "high-end" shops like Burberry and Coach. The four department stores that anchor the mall are Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Sears, and Nordstrom.

Enjoy your weekend of drinking, dancing, and shopping!

Re: partying in minnneapolis

by lkdahl

Most of the "clubs" in downtown Minneapolis cater to a very young crowd. Try 508 which is located on 1st Avenue North between 5th and 6th Street. Also near by is Drink and Rosen's The District, both of which tend to draw a mixed aged crowd. They are both located on 1st Ave. North and 5th St. If you don't mind hanging out with 21 year olds, try Bootleggers on 1st. Ave. North and 4th St., Sneaky Pete's on 5th St., between Hennepin and 1st Ave.

If you get tired of dancing, try Shouthouse piano bar in Block E on Hennepin, between 7th St. and 6th St, it's alot of fun. If you want to hangout with a higher end crowd try Norman's/Seven Sushi, they have a great rooftop and way overpriced drinks and you can rub elbows with the "beautiful people". It's located on the corner of Hennepin and 7th St. Definately dress up and bring a lot of money if you plan on going there.

Also try the Local Pub, Irish pub located on Nicollet and 10th St. and Brit's Pub, British pub, which is located on Nicollet and 11th St. There's no dancing but on weekend nights both are packed.

Travel Tips for Minneapolis

You'll need a car.....

by cjpindc

Drive around Lake Minnetonka if you have time. It takes a little over an hour, if you don't stop to shop or have lunch. It is very scenic anytime of year. Wayzata and Excelsior have the most restaurants and shopping choices. You can catch a boat tour from Excelsior. I highly recommend this for a great day tour of the lake. My fondest memories of Minneapolis are the people and the beauty. I now live in the DC area and I miss the open spaces and the uncrowded roads and shopping areas. Minneapolis has many parks and lakes with parks by them to picnic and lounge outdoors. It also has lots of coffee shops and cafes in cultural areas of the city.

I like to look at local...

by msp_ssa

I like to look at local newspapers of cities I'm going to visit to get a feel for the town. Here's a link to the StarTribune

The picture of the paper in this tip was added a few years ago and we in fact now have a new Twins stadium in downtown Minneapolis, opening April 2010. I hope to go to a game this year some time and have some pictures along with a new Sports tip once I do. Maybe the Twins will have better luck against the Yankees in our new stadium.

Driving

by mnhaus

Ummm....let's just say I've lived many places in the US, and driven most everywhere on the continent, and Minneapolis drivers are right up there amongst the worst. Why? I dunno - but if you decide to rent a car and do some touring, be on your guard. That's all.

Minnesota Twins

by grayfo

The Minnesota Twins played and won their first game at Target Field against the Boston Red Sox on April 12, 2010. The ground seats just under 40,000 with exceptional visibility for fans and a central, location in the downtown Warehouse District of Minneapolis.

This game was a sell-out (local rivals and being a Sunday afternoon) and the only tickets ($25) available were standing only, so we had to stand around for two hours before the game started.

My second baseball game and I am starting to get a better understanding of the game, shame the home fans didn’t get the result they wanted.

Minnesota Twins 3 Milwaukee Brewers 4

May 2010

The Minnesota River Valley

by Foriano

From the St. Croix River on the East to Lake Minnetonka on the West the metropolitan twin cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis, and their close suburbs, encompass the largest national wildlife reservation near a major city in America.

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 Sheraton Minneapolis Midtown

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Address: 2901 Chicago Ave. South, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55407, United States