Not really. I know I couple people from here. I asked one of them what the winters are like here. He said, well why don’t you take all of your clothes off and climb in a deep freezer for 5 minutes. He also said that people get used to that cold. I would be embarrassed to be from a place like this and I’ll tell you why: it is not possible to exist without being indoors for some amount of time. In other words, during the winter, no matter how cold tolerant you think you are, you will have to go inside (for some amount of time), or freeze to death from exposure That’s a joke. No thanks, I think I’ll get get used to a climate like San Diego. If I were forced to deal with the cold like this I would much rather move to Alaska!!!over 4 years ago
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was in January 2008. I interviewed for an internship at the University. Due to other obligations and limited flight options in and out, I stayed a couple of nights and was able to do a little sight seeing in spite of the minus 17 degrees (F) temperatures! I was told that it had been a mild winter, only 40 inches of snow by that time.
I stayed in the Radisson (Top of the Harbor restaurant and all) and walked (indoors) through the skywalk, which connects the hotel to other parts of the Duluth downtown. Clever people! Staying indoors and still getting out and around.
I will upload a picture I took from one part of the skywalk that goes over a street.
Also recommend Tuerkes German shop – chocolates, Christmas decorations, coffee!
Enjoyed the campus and noticed that most of the buildings on the campus are also connected, out of the cold, through underground hallways.
Brrr…over 5 years ago
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len4ita asks,“Well.. I am going to spend my summer here in Duluth and actually it’s really beautiful city with a really beautiful lake;)I’d like to make some friends over here so feel free to contact me:)Also you can give me some tips where to go sightseeing” over 6 years ago
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