Survey: Twin Cities residents take fewer vacation days than national average

The new Living Social survey says Minnesotans in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro travel less and consider themselves less adventurous travelers. The survey also found about 60 percent of Twin Cities residents took a "staycation" last year.
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The new Living Social survey says Minnesotans in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro travel less and consider themselves less adventurous travelers. The survey also found about 60 percent of Twin Cities residents took a "staycation" last year.

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