MINNEAPOLIS – Hundreds of tourists from Minnesota were stranded in Mexico for failing to find other flights to replace those of the Sun Country airline that were canceled because of a storm, as the airline concluded its seasonal service south of the border. Travelers are stranded in the cities of Los Cabos and Mazatlan. Sun Country, based in Eagan, Minnesota, said the flights that were canceled were the last of the season and that there are no more flights. He added that passengers will receive a refund for the return leg. Kelsey Dodson-Smith, spokeswoman for Sun Country, said the airline could not send another plane to pick up stranded travelers because it would mean canceling other flights to their destinations, the Star Tribune newspaper reported.