The twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul make for a double attraction during your next SLP job. On opposite sides of the Mississippi River, Minneapolis and St. Paul vie for status as the “in place” for evening entertainment with more than one website dedicated to sizing up the wide array of options. Minneapolis has the edge in one regard as it has constructed and operates a skywalk system that connects 52 blocks (nearly five miles) of its downtown. This system makes it possible for residents to eat, shop, live and work without going outside. If that sounds slightly futuristic, you may be hankering for something that reminds you of the comforts of home. In Austin, Hormel’s Spam Museum might just bring you back to the “good old days.” Visitors can view exhibits, participate in interactive games, and learn more than ever wanted to know about the famous luncheon meat known as “Spam.”
If you fancy yourself a “mallrat” or even if you don’t, the Mall of America awaits you when you take an SLP job in Minnesota. Attracting more visitors than the Grand Canyon, Graceland AND Disney World combined; The Mall of America dominates Bloomington. The question is not what does the mall have, but what doesn’t it have? From amusement parks to aquariums, the Mall of America will astound you. There are 520 retail stores, 14 movie theaters and approximately 12,000 employees. Before you call it a day, or a weekend, be sure to check out the indoor stock car race track when you visit The Mall during your next SLP job.
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