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Re: Minnesota

Postby SkulleeRoze » Sun May 31, 2009 5:05 pm

I seem to find for myself that, anywhere that has an electrical outlet for my laptop is good enough for me, though I prefer the smaller privately owned cafes, and things. They are more personal. And to boot, if I have no cash, I can sweep and take out trash in exchange for lattes.

But I would rather be on my own balcony with my mp3 player on, than anywhere in the city. Though, research wise, I do love the new Central Library in Downtown Minneapolis. Minneapolis in general gives me such muse. I can look at a local landmark and ten minutes later have a thousand word short about it.

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Re: Minnesota

Postby mdhwenzel » Sat Jun 06, 2009 8:41 am

I have a place from my college days in Morris (45 min SW from Alexandria). Great university, great small town, great coffee shop. Common Cup on main street has yummy food and coffee and wifi. I love the independent shops because of the charm.


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