|Stone Arch Bridge|
Roseville, Minnesota has the good fortune to be bounded by both Minneapolis and St. Paul. Its convenient location lends itself as the ideal place for visitors in any of its eleven hotels.
|The Residence Inn|
Only minutes away from both downtown Minneapolis and St Paul, Roseville makes it easy to navigate to unfamiliar places. If you've never visited before, you'll find yourself eager to explore both cities. They differ in many ways but both offer diversity in destination options. Whether you're a fan of museums, art, the outdoors, sports, or city life, you can't go wrong.
|St Paul viewed from the Mississippi River|
We loved the riverfront area in Minneapolis, where the Stone Arch Bridge draws tourists and locals. The riverfront boasts beautiful biking and walking trails. People enjoyed the beautiful weather on or beside the river as well as the trails and parks. The downtown exudes energy and a love of beauty.
|Gorilla at the Como Zoo|
We visited the free Como Zoo and Conservatory, and especially loved seeing the baby giraffe and the polar bears. The grounds are gorgeous and I couldn't stop taking photos of the lilies at the entrance to the zoo.
|Waterlilies at Como Zoo|
Roseville is more than just a link between the two. It is home to Rosedale Shopping Center. Under some major renovations, the shopping center will soon offer even more than the current five restaurants, many shops and an AMC Theatre.
Roseville is home to a true original - the Bent Brewstillery, the unique marriage between a brewery and a distillery. If you enjoy your brew or spirits, be sure to try one of their tasty combinations of the two.
|A tasting at the Bent|
I'll be covering many of the destinations we visited in the next several posts, but for now, I want you to know that this is a bucket-list destination