CITCONNorthAmerica2009SocialPlanning

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NEW! Eating and drinking guide

This was supposed to be in your bag! [1]

CITCON 2009 North America Social Director Planning Page

Where to eat and drink on Google Maps:

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&msa=0&msid=104948138559959524715.00046732c29a1ba8c31b2&ll=44.982589,-93.241482&spn=0.05731,0.055275&z=14

Where to go (museums and such) on Google Maps:

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=104948138559959524715.000467de6ba5d8121e4b6&z=12

The Visitor Association also keeps a nice website: http://www.minneapolis.org/

Where to Run

Between the river, parks and lakes, Minneapolis has many beautiful places to run. Circuits of Cedar Lake, Lake of the Isles, Lake Calhoun, and Lake Harriet are popular, either one lake or a combination of more than one. There are trails along the much length of the Mississippi River in the city, along Minnehaha Creek, and in other lakes and parks in the city.

A great route from the Holiday Inn or Conference Center can be seen here: http://www.run.com/showroute.asp?map=696745 Although the route is 6 miles, you can easily cross the river at any time to cut out distance.

Other good routes can be found at [mapmyrun.com]

If you need ideas then tweet to [@HamletDRC]

Who's up for running Sunday morning?

Twitter Details

CITCON social events will be tweeted on @citcon_social (http://twitter.com/citcon_social)

The unoffical CITCON hashtag is #citcon. Get Tweeting! http://hashtags.org/search?q=citcon&page=1

Todo

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