Minneapolis hosted the superbowl over the past weekend and turned the city into a football wonderland. Although I was still bitter that my Vikings did not make the superbowl, it was still fun being the host city. The “superbowl live” area was set up just outside of my work with all sorts of winter activities and media broadcasts.
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Happy Superbowl week! Although I am still entirely bitter that my Minnesota Vikings did not make the Superbowl this year (again), but we are hosting the Superbowl this year which is exciting. If any of you are lucky enough to go to the Superbowl or are just visiting, I thought I would make a little Minneapolis tips guide to help you with your visit.
For those of you hosting your own Superbowl party, check out my party guide here!
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Chicago is only a quick hour flight from my home in Minneapolis and is a great city for inspiration, shopping, and eating. I recently spent a few days there to do some fall shopping and to enjoy the beautiful city.
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I recently took a late summer trip to NYC for fall inspiration. I was grateful for beautiful weather and lots of inspirational views. Shopping was a bit of a struggle– I find it hard to find stores that fit my style (and budget!). But I still enjoy taking in the scenery.
My favorite store for inspiration is ABC Carpet & Home (located right by the Flatiron building). Their bedding and home decor is beautiful and so much fun to browse. I also always make a point to stop by at the nearest Nike running store and get a fun souviner.
I was visiting during fashion week and searched high and low for celebrities but didn’t see any this time!
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I recently took a quick work trip to New York City but was able to squeeze in a little time for shopping and exploring. NYC is not my favorite place, but I try to be inspired where I can be!
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