Minnesota may lack the glamour of Paris, but a new effort aims to make the state attractive to French vacationers. Minnesota’s tourism agency says it will spend up to $45,000 next year to build an on-the-ground marketing presence in France.
I had a sister once. (I still do have one blood relative sister, she’s amazing, alive and well in Long Island, love you Deb.) This sister was not blood, but we shared a brain and a heart.
Airlines are keeping busy with people booking trips left and right for warm weather destinations.
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Minnesota’s vacation season is underway, and state tourism officials are promoting a special kind of recreation this summer.
Camping is a fun and affordable way to spend quality time with your family. Here are some tips for a successful camping trip.
When you’re tired of the bitter cold and the monochromatic white color scheme that reaches as far as the eye can see and you find yourself in need of break, but can’t spare the time and/or money to get away from MN, you can opt for a “staycation.”
Next time you book a flight you may experience a little sticker shock — and it’s not because the prices have gone up.
When it comes to travel, we’re all looking for a good deal, but that cheap ticket often times ends up costing us more than we expect. That’s about to change Tuesday, however, when a new fee disclosure law takes effect.
If one of your goals is to save more money in the New Year, I’ve got a list of things that are historically on sale in January — if you’re not shopped-out from December that is.
TIME Magazine put together the top getaways for the residents of the White House. Have you been to these places?
A government shutdown could disrupt the July Fourth holiday for those planning to use Minnesota’s 66 state parks and six recreation areas.