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Mary from Leicester
Minnetonka to Delray Beach is over 1700 miles. It will take a minimum of 26 hours to drive without delays caused by traffic congestion or road construction and fuel/food rest stops. 
Halfway point for the route suggestion below is roughly Nashville (approx 900 miles from Minnetonka). If you prefer two overnights I'd suggest somewhere in the vicinity of Indianapolis (roughly 600 miles from Minnetonka) and somewhere in the vicinity of Atlanta (roughly 1150 miles).
1. Take I-494 and follow it round the southern edge of Minneapolis. Take I-94 east.
2. Follow I-94 eastwards to meet I-90 near Tomah. Continue on I-90/94, passing through or near Wisconsin DellsMadison (Wisconsin) and Rockford (Illinois).
3. Join I-290 in the western outskirts of Chicago and take it to join I-294 south, avoiding the city.
4.  Continue east when I-294 becomes I-94, then take I-65 south.
5.  Follow I-65 south, going around Indianapolis then going left onto I-64 east just after crossing the Ohio River in Louisville
6.  Follow I-64 to and partly around Lexington then go right onto I-75 south.
7. Follow I-75 southwards, passing through or near Knoxville,  ChattanoogaAtlanta and Gainesville.
8. Leave I-75 and go left onto 27/Florida's Turnpike.
9. Continue southwards on Florida's Turnpike, then I-95, to Delray Beach.

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