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Very unique places in wisconsin

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I live in Wisconsin and this state has so much to offer. From the rolling hills of the Kettle Moraine eastern side along with Lake Michigan to the vast Northwood’s and the Coulee mountains that hold the Mississippi.
In all these areas I found very unique places to stay. In this topic please list to the world the really cool places that you may have found. And let’s list unique places other than the Dell’s everyone that Wisconsin is home of the Dell’s. Below are some of my favorites.
Cedarburg - The Washington House Inn www.washingtonhouseinn.com a very nice inn as well as the town many cool shops and lot’s of history.
Algoma- The Algoma Beach Hotel- web site ? Here you are right on Lake Michigan and out of your door you can have a camp fire on the beach cook what you want (we did shrimp & scallops) while listening to the waves. The town has a winery and great fish market.
La Crosse -Percheron Paradise Romantic Hideaway www.percheronparadise.com Here is for couples only (very secluded privacy ) and must see Chalets and a Bungalow. The romantic closeness we felt here was like no where we have ever been. La Crosse is loaded with shops and the scenery of the mountains was unreal. Mississippi boat cruises, 4 major biking trails and tons of hiking trails. Everything canoeing, ,fishing, golf, and more This part of the state reminds me of Tennessee or Kentucky a must see area.

How about your places we can all benefit from knowing about your trips.
I just wish I could post pictures:(

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