Midwest Travel Articles

 
Maxing Out in Minneapolis – Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Leif Pettersen introduces his hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Road Trip with The Cranky Traveler – Louisville, Kentucky to New Harmony, Indiana, USA
Road Trip with The Cranky Traveler – Louisville, Kentucky to New Harmony, Indiana, USA home_aug19_ct.jpgArmed only with her sardon
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A Midwestern Breathe of the Exotic – Chicago, Illinois, USA
Jennifer Jennings knows that whenever she gets a traveler's itch or spring fever, she can always visit Devon Avenue, "Little India".
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Chicago – the Windy City – Chicago, USA
Chicago – the Windy City – Chicago, USA home_feb10_chi.jpgWhether you need to work
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Chicago Update – Holiday Season 2004 – Chicago, Illinois
Jennifer Jennings highlights the best Chicagoland
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Big City Fun with a Small Town Feeling – Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
Big City Fun with a Small Town Feeling – Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA Grand Rapids, Michigan isn't on most people's list
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Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness – Border of Minnesota and Ontario
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness – Border of Minnesota and Ontario Courtney Ries visits one of the "50 Destinations o
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The Charm of the Story Inn – Indiana, Midwest, USA
The Charm of the Story Inn – Indiana, Midwest, USA Keith Wynne describes the beautiful job done in ba
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The Midwest Road Trip Travel Guide – The Top Five Ways to Get a Nosebleed in the Midwest – Midwest, USA
The Top Five Ways to Get a Nosebleed in the Midwest Midwest, USA A lot of people picture the Midwest as a vast, flat expanse of nothing in particular. Or, sometimes, people picture the Midwest as a vast, flat expanse of corn. I can’t argue with either, really. Having grown up here, I am the […]
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The Midwest Road Trip Travel Guide – Making the Midwest Unique
Travelers don’t usually think of culture shock in terms of different parts of the same country. And it’s true that I, a native Midwesterner, can function perfectly well on both the east coast and the west coast as far as day-to-day activities go. But as I get older and visit more places, I am finding […]
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