Many clients travel a great distance to experience this work so I want to make it convenient for you to plan your trip and explore the Twin Cities.

Airport (MSP)

My wife and I live 12 minutes from the Minneapolis/St. Paul airport. Please note that there are two terminals, so to coordinate a ride from the airport be sure to note which terminal you’ll be arriving.


There are hotels at the airport, but if you’d like to get more of a feel of the cities, here are some additional options.

Closest hotel to our home: Best Western Bandana Square

Closest Suburb, 10-15 minutes away, near the Roseville shopping mall: Roseville hotels

If you’d like any other suggestions, don’t hesitate to email me for more details.

Public Transportation

The Twin Cities has excellent public transportation to make it simple to travel downtown or anywhere else you want to explore.


My wife and I love to bike around the city. If you enjoy biking, bring yours along to explore the amazing trails. If not, you can rent bikes all around the cities!


I want to share a couple of our favorite restaurants. My wife has a practice doing holistic nutrition therapy so she’s conscientious about where we dine. This list of restaurants offers naturally raised meats and high-quality food.

French Meadow is an organic restaurant with a gorgeous patio, just minutes from our home in St Paul. It’s located next to several other tasty restaurants like a pizza shop, and a Mediterranean restaurant.

The Red Cow has mouth-watering grass-fed burgers and gluten free buns.

There is a large Whole Foods less than 10 minutes from our home. It not only has a hot bar with tasty food, but also a restaurant within called The Selby Grill which has local brews and great wines.

Fun Things to Do

The Riverview Theater is a gem in South Minneapolis. They offer second-run movies for $3, real buttered popcorn with an authentic 1950’s style and decor.

Science Museum

Saints Game

St. Paul Farmer’s Market

Jazz Club

Lake Calhoun has many fun things to do located in the heart of uptown Minneapolis. If you want a great swimming beach with an excellent concession stand ‘restaurant’, don’t miss Lake Nokomis.


If you like to shop, don’t miss the great retail on Grand Ave. This link offers more details on other intriguing St. Paul neighborhoods.

If you need any other information to coordinate your travel, please ask. I’d be happy to help.

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