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Standing Glass Fish, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

Formal Garden Meets Contemporary Sculpture The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is perhaps most famous for its iconic fountain/statue Spoonbridge and Cherry , but this 11-acre garden…

The Hotel Minneapolis Lobby The Hotel Minneapolis

The Hotel Minneapolis

Jul 11 2013

The perfect base for exploring the city The Hotel Minneapolis is smack-dab in the middle of downtown, just blocks from the Mississippi River and close…

Nice Ride Nice Ride

Nice Ride

Jul 10 2013

Bike Sharing in the Twin Cities is Easy Minneapolis is one of the most bike friendly cities in the world. There are over 85 miles…

Bad Weather Brewing Company

Forecast: Good Beer Ahead Minnesota is known for its variable weather. The summers are hotter, the winters are colder; spring erupts in a fury of…

Mini Golf at the Sculpture Garden Mini-Golf in the Sculpture Garden

“Walker on the Green” combines putt-putt with art Spoonbridge and Cherry, the monumental sculpture designed by  Claes Oldenburg  and  Coosje van Bruggen  is so iconic…

Mini Golf Spoonbridge Minnesota Nice

Minnesota Nice

Jul 08 2013

Explore Minneapolis with us!

Minneapolis Kayaking Above the Falls Sports

Kayak the Mighty Mississippi in Downtown Minneapolis I love kayaking. Absolutely love it. Sea kayaking in the Apostle Islands is one of the best things…

Love & Adventure Blog Two Magical Years

Two Magical Years

Jul 07 2013

It’s our 2 year blogoversary today! Thank you so much for reading our blog and being a part of our travel community! We can’t wait…

Coleman Cooler with a Cat Gear Review: Coleman Cooler

Now that’s a three day cooler! Those were the first words my dad said to me when he saw this cooler in the trunk of…

4th of July Fireworks Happy Fourth of July!

Happy Fourth of July!

Jul 04 2013

We hope you had a great one! What do you like to do on the Fourth of July?

Ryan Bender with a rental car Top 40 Road Trip Songs

Every good road trip needs a playlist, so I’ve put this summer-y one together, and I thought I would share it with you.

St. Paul’s Chapel and Cemetery

Rebuilding and Remembrance My freshman English class barely remembers 9/11. As well they shouldn’t; they were two or three years old, after all. It’s like…

Sponsored Post: Club Med Singles Resorts

Awesome deals for solo travelers at Club Med Here at Love & Adventure, we focus on traveling as a couple. But what if you’re not…

Photo Friday: Alaska

Photo Friday: Alaska

Jun 28 2013

Take a vicarious vacation with these lovely photos from Alaska, courtesy Cathy Goehler from Sunfire Yoga.

Lunch Skins Gear Review: Lunch Skins

BYO Doggy Bag One of the handiest things we take with us on trips are these  LunchSkins Reusable Sandwich Bags . First off, they can…

Brooklyner Weisse Brooklyn Brewery

Brooklyn Brewery

Jun 27 2013

25 years of inventive brewing goodness in the heart of Brooklyn Did you know that Pre-Prohibition New York once accounted for 10% of the beer…

Shake Shack

Shake Shack

Jun 23 2013

Your new favorite burger Shake Shack feels like a miracle. In Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ongoing war on fat and sugar, the restaurant chain keeps growing…

cat teapot Alice’s Tea Cup (Chapter II)

A Little Bit of Wonderland in New York City New York is built on hyperbole. It’s the “City that Never Sleeps”, the “Capital of the…

The sea at Vernazza Photo Friday: Vernazza

Well, video Friday, really. Enjoy some soothing sea sounds we captured in Cinque Terre.

Katz's Deli Katz’s Delicatessen

Katz’s Delicatessen

Jun 21 2013

There are many notable delicatessens in New York City, but there’s only one Katz’s. You know that scene in When Harry Met Sally? It starts…