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How to Spend a Long Layover at Minneapolis-St. Paul
I recently returned from my third visit to Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota—and for the third time, it blew me away. You can easily spend days/weeks at Mall of America, but it’s also great for travelers since it’s just a few miles from the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport (MSP), which is a major hub for Delta Air Lines. And it’s easy to travel between the two since there’s a ($1.75) right from the airport to the mall so you don’t even have to go outside to get there—and you can stop by on a long layover.

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1 Comment On "Travel Tip of the Day: How to Spend a Long Layover at Minneapolis-St. Paul"
  1. andrea|

    If you have a few hours to kill, hop on the light rail blue line to the Longfellow neighborhood where we have the best local restaurants, shops, and the breathtaking Minnehaha Falls. Takes about 5 minutes from MSP. Shop, Eat and explore the MinneMile where you will find several locally owned vintage shops offering your favorite retro vintage finds along with locally handmade gift items.

    Here is a list of Shops:

    Time Bomb Vintage
    Junket: Tossed and Found
    E’s Emporium
    Paris Antiques
    Turquoise Vintage
    Family Estate Sales
    Plum Crabby

    Places to Eat:
    Sea Saltery
    Tiny Diner
    Blue Door
    Gandhi Mahal
    Himalayan Restaurant
    Longfellow Grill