Articles tagged with 'Travel'

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Milwaukeeans are among the happiest travelers in America

Published Nov. 8, 2017

After digging into ratings of more than a half-million flights from 2016 and `17, TripIt discovered that travel happiness derives from three things: how old you are, where you live and which airports you're flying from and into. Milwaukeeans make the list.

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A slice of life in Galena

Published Nov. 3, 2017

Anchored to the north by the Wisconsin border and about five miles east of the Mississippi River and Iowa, Galena is a truly delightful destination for a restful weekend - plus the route that gets there is lined with gorgeous rolling hills.

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Touring the world one bite at a time with travel icon Rick Steves

Published Oct. 26, 2017

Since October is Dining Month, we couldn't resist the opportunity to give you a fun (and delicious) culinary tour around the world with Rick Steves, someone who knows everything about going anywhere - and what to eat when you get there.

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Four times the fun: ATV trails in Wisconsin

Published Aug. 7, 2017

Call them four wheelers, ATVs or quads - these handy, thrilling vehicles might be just what you and your family need this summer to explore some of Wisconsin's most beautiful areas in easy, speedy style.

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The Milwaukee video everyone is talking about

Published July 11, 2017

It debuted on Friday, July 7 only on Instagram, but now this buzzed about Milwaukee video is being rolled out on multiple platforms including right here on OnMilwaukee. Designed and produced by Social Candy, it's meant to be shared and as a showcase for our fine city.

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5 scenic Wisconsin waterfall destinations

Published July 10, 2017

For the adventurous spirit, nothing beats a trip to one of Wisconsin's roaring, rushing, rippling waterfalls. These five scenic sights offer the best of the great outdoors: excitement, beauty, wonder and fun, plus plenty of photo ops along the way.

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Milwaukee and Erin Hills: A family's adventure of fun, food and fescue

Published June 25, 2017

For us 40-something Northeasterners, Milwaukee knowledge is largely based on exposure to "Wayne's World" and "Laverne & Shirley," picturing a Stan Mikita's donut shop next to a sausage factory and brewery on every block. But after my recent trip to Milwaukee, I now know better.

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8 highlights of the Rolling Stones' "Exhibitionism" show in Chicago

Published June 21, 2017

The Rolling Stones' "Exhibitionism," which runs through July 30 at Navy Pier in Chicago, includes more than 500 artifacts, nearly 200 original artworks, a room full of flamboyant outfits worn by the band members across the years, videos, photographs, concert posters, guitars and more.

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Mountain biking: Explore scenic Wisconsin on wheels

Published June 9, 2017

Ride full-speed into summer with these five Wisconsin trails as your terrain. Strap on your helmet and check the storage on your smartphone for scenic overlook pictures - you'll want to remember this.

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Get a taste of the untapped at the Door County Wine Fest on June 24

Published June 7, 2017

What many don't realize is that this Midwestern getaway produces a remarkably diverse selection of wines. Traditionally known for its fruit-based wines, an increasing number of wineries are now working with cold-climate grapes like Maréchal Foch, Marquette, Vidal, Seyval and Frontenac.

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Farm to pizza: Wisconsin agriculture made for sharing

Published June 1, 2017

If you think New York and Chicago are the only pizza hubs, it might be time for you and your family's taste buds to take a trip to Wisconsin. Pizza farms are a growing trend in the food and agriculture scene, and with good reason.

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