‘One Step Closer to Home’ – ‘One Year Later’: How the Twin Cities Got the Best Out of Travelers in ‘One’
The Twin Cities is one of the most expensive places to live in the country, but it’s not as expensive as some other cities in the Midwest.
In a new report from TSC Advisors, the company compared travel expenses in 20 U.S. cities with an average annual income of $49,500.
It found that Twin Cities residents paid the most for hotel rooms in five of the top ten cities in terms of daily rates, while those in Kansas City paid the least.
The report also found that those in the Northeast spent the most on groceries and other necessities.
There are more than 300 million people living in the Twin Lakes region, which is home to some of the best beaches in the U.N.S., the second largest urban area in the nation.