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Help planning trip to WI and MN

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I am still planning my trip for 2 weeks in June. My itinerary so far is:

Milwaukee - 2 nights
Madison - 2 nights
St Paul/Minneapolis - 3 nights

I'm not too sure where to go from here! I had planned to spend 3 nights at Grand Marais, but I think maybe it is too far north. I am on my own and think while it would be good to spend a day there, maybe not so much for 3 days. I had thought of staying in Duluth for 3 nights and going there for the day. Is Duluth a good place to stay - any hotel recommendations?

I would love to go to Walnut Grove as I grew up on Little House on the Praire. Is it worth the trip? Should I head there straight after Minneapolis? I am flying in and out of Chicago.

Would love to hear any advice that you have.

Many thanks, Laura

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