In case you are a frequent traveler and like vacationing with your family or friends, you sure are supposed to know about the place you are about to travel. Here is a collection of articles which will help you find helpful information like modes of travel, best season to visit, etc about these places.
No. 2 Minneapolis/St Paul
20 Greenest Cities in America
Forget their dismal ranking for weather: The Twin Cities impressed readers with their love of getting around without a car, no matter the season. The Nice Ride MN bike share program now has 170 stations, and lets you buy 24-hour passes for as little as $6—so you can pedal around some of the No. 1-ranked green spaces, like the Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway. Even the indoor Mall of America has green credentials: the sprawling shopping center has no central heating system, instead using solar power—by way of 1.2 miles of skylights—to keep the place balmy. The cities also scored well for their sports fans‚ and LEED-certified Target Field collects almost three million gallons of rainwater and snowmelt a year. Target Field also offers some of the Twin Cities’ highly-ranking sandwiches—like the sausage-and-sauerkraut on a bun from longtime local deli Kramarczuk’s.
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