Wisconsin: Tourist trap or great site?
Yes, absolutely! If you like kitsch, it's a must see. There's nothing else quite like it. The architecture is unique and the collection is incredible As far as "tourist trap", it is one of the most traffic'd destination in WI, but it's extremely... See More
Madison (Wisconsin): Family-friendly campsites near Madison for large groups
Check out Devil's Lake State Park. Amazing views, great hiking, and it's family friendly camping. There are also a number of private campgrounds within an hour of Madison near Wisconsin Dells. See More
Milwaukee: Family-friendly restaurants to experience Midwest foods
Wisconsin is known for it's German Heritage, especially Milwaukee. I did a write-up for Discover Wisconsin . I would recommend Kegel's Inn, Milwaukee Brat House, or Karl Ratzsch's. Check out the... See More
Michigan: Quick stop in Upper Peninsula of Michigan
John, I have been vacationing in the UP since I was 10. Here's a list: Iron Mountain Mine Tour (Vulcan, MI) Marquette on the shores of Superior Mackinac Island, take a ferry to a historic Island See More
Kentucky: What is the quintessential food that is unique to these states?
Seoulsfgirl, make sure to stop in Wisconsin for deep-fried cheese curds. Yeah, it sounds weird, but they're amazing! If you swing thru Milwaukee, make sure to stop by Milwaukee Brat House. Great little pub and purveyor of fine sausages. After... See More
Madison (Wisconsin): Where is there a good Japanese restaurant?
Check out Edo Japanese Restaurant on Park Street. Good simple Japanese food with mid to upscale experience. See More
Madison (Wisconsin): What restaurants would be appropriate for a business meeting?
Miguel, check out Glass Nickel Pizza Co on Atwood. Its a great sit-down restaurant, features the best pizza in Madison and has parking in the back. It's about a mile away from the Capitol Square. Not into pizza? They have a great selection of salads... See More