A day in Duluth

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  1. Obsessivemom says:

    I love road trips. Unfortunately I din’t know how to drive and the Husband doesn’t like to so we don’t do them too often. But I love having the freedom to stop wherever one wants and also to load up whatever we want. Love your pictures. That tower looks so quaint.
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  2. Esha says:

    Lovely account of Duluth in your post, Parul! I’d keep the tips in mind if I ever happen to have the good fortune to visit Minnesota and Duluth, in particular. Glad you shared the pics here for the rest of us.

  3. Rashmi says:

    This looks like a wonderful place to visit.. loved the 360 degree view you have partly captured and the Enger Tower 🙂 I am heading now to read about the mysterious killings you mentioned!
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  4. So glad you had chance to visit Duluth while you were here in Minnesota. I travel to the North Shore (the shore of Lake Superior from Duluth up to Canada) at least once a year. It feels like a second home to me. If you come back again, please, please, please continue up the North Shore. The sights are absolutely stunning. I wrote a post with many pictures from the North Shore if you want to check it out. Thanks for sharing your trip to Duluth. Oh, and for as many times as I’ve been up to Duluth, I’ve never visited the Glensheen Mansion. I know, horrible! It’s on my list. 😉

  5. April Munday says:

    That looks like an interesting place to visit, especially that bridge.

  6. Angela Noel says:

    Hi!
    I live in Minnesota, and until very recently worked for a big company in Minneapolis. I’ve travelled to Duluth a few times and enjoyed several of the sites you mentioned. The Glensheen Mansion is a wonderful journey back in time. The family seemed very loving. I read the book on the murder and it’s a sordid and very sad tale. Duluth, in fact all of Minnesota, has many wonders. I hope you get the chance to visit again!
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  7. sulekha says:

    Awesome pictures to go with your interesting post, wow. I am curious to know about the murders at the Glensheen mansion, and will read the link you have shared. The restaurant with a lovely view sounds great. You look so happy at the Enger Tower 🙂 Lovely post.

  8. Shilpa Gupte says:

    Wow! Revolving restaurant offering a 360 degrees view of the place…and the mansion with its history…such a lovely, intriguing place it must be!

  9. Vinitha says:

    Wow, revolving restaurant. That must have been a lovely breakfast with fabulous views! I’m curious to know more about the murder mysteries. What a gorgeous looking tower is Enger tower! Beautiful pictures, Parul and fantastic description. I loved this virtual tour. 🙂
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  10. vineeta says:

    Your last line “tips to keep in mind….
    Don’t sleep on your way back you never know when will you visit again ” this is suitable for all the beautiful places you visit.
    Nice post

  11. Wow! This looks like a wonderful place to visit!

  12. Loved the travelogue. I loved the bridge and mansion. The tower also looks great and it seems like a drizzling day makes the bridge look more beautiful.

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