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NY Times' Simonson samples Milwaukee in 36 hours

Published Oct. 10, 2019

As part of its ongoing "36 Hours in..." series of travel stories, The New York Times sent Robert Simonson to Brew City for three days to share some of the cities gems with readers.

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Wisconsin breweries: Say cheers with the Beer State

Published July 16, 2019

Brewery tours are not only a great way to relax and unwind with friends, but also learn more about the age-old process of beer making and what makes Wisconsin's frosty brews so unique. Read on for some of our favorites, but be careful - you might get thirsty.

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Tee off at Wisconsin's top golf courses

Published June 27, 2019

With over 500 public courses across the state, there's no shortage of scenic spots to test your skills or just have some fun, all within driving range. Here's a rundown of Wisconsin's top golf courses.

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Snag a selfie at a Wisconsin State Park

Published June 20, 2019

Snapping a selfie with a scenic Wisconsin backdrop just got easier with Travel Wisconsin selfie stands - no selfie stick necessary.

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Cycle Boat? What's that?

I have a friend in Oregon who has come up with a prototype for a cycle/pub boat.  I think it would be an excellent business opportunity for someone to snatch up in Milwaukee.  Perfect for on the river.  It's based off a pontoon/paddle wheel, and is human powered.  So much fun....

Making a Quick Study of Milwaukee

I grew up all over the Midwest, but met my best friend three weeks into my stay at Millikin University in Decatur, Il. She returned to Decatur after making her world tour of jobs and experiences and is tending her beautiful family there. Recently, they launched an annual family vacation experienc...


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