Top Tourist Attractions in Wisconsin: Travel Guide USA
Top Tourist Attractions in Wisconsin: Travel Guide USA
Cave of the Mounds, Circus World Museum, Door County, Geneva Lake Shore Path, Olbrich Botanical Gardens, Harley-Davidson Museum, Taliesin East, The Dells of the Wisconsin River, Waterparks, Wisconsin State Capitol
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People For Bikes, Places for Bikes, BIKES BIKES BIKES! This conference was really inspiring, and assembled bike leaders from all over the country in an effort to share and learn about how to make cycling better all over the U.S. Also, Van Jones spoke, which was really inspiring.
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5 Things American Tourists Shouldn't Wear in Europe
Please Note: Young People Wear Many of These Styles Throughout Europe. These tips are geared toward 35+ year old travelers. Thanks for watching!
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Heading to Europe & Not Sure What to Pack? Here are a few things that my fellow US travelers may want to avoid packing if they are traveling to Europe.
1. Baseball Caps: Europeans in general do not wear baseball caps, especially backwards. You would be better served to wear a more traditional hat. You will see an occasional NY Yankee hat, but why not buy the fancy hat you always wanted instead?
2. Athletic Wear: Europeans tend to wear athletic wear to do sports, not to wear around town. There is a trend of more athleisurewear in Europe, but it is not to the extent that there is in US.
3. Khakis: the omnipresent US male pant choice is not something you will see too often in Europe. Go for colored pants or jeans. If you want khaki like pants wear Chinos instead of Dockers. The pants you will see are a thinner cut or skinnier fit than in the US.
4. Oversized US University Sweatshirts.
5. Sport Shoes or High Heals: US sport shoes and white socks are not quite as popular in Europe as they are in the US. You may be better off with Urban Street shoes like Vans instead. Also, women should be careful with high heels as with all the cobblestone it is easy to hurt your ankles.
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River Fun in La Crosse, Wisconsin
If you know nothing else about La Crosse, you probably know it has rivers. The Black River runs 190 miles from Taylor County in north central Wisconsin to its mouth here in La Crosse, where it mingles with the nearly 8,000-acre Lake Onalaska and the mighty Mississippi.
The La Crosse River begins some 60 miles northeast of La Crosse in Monroe County and joins the Mississippi just north of Riverside Park in downtown La Crosse. And of course there’s the Mississippi itself, over 2,300 miles long, the lifeblood of La Crosse and communities like it for hundreds of years.
The confluence of these rivers means miles and miles of winding channels, hidden backwaters, and open river–basically, a boater’s dream, perfect for water skiing, fishing, or just cruising and relaxing.
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Wisconsin Great River Road - Bicycling
The Wisconsin Great River Road links some of Wisconsin's best bicycling opportunities.
Bicycle along the Wisconsin Great River Road, adjacent state trails or nearby scenic country roads. Go mountain biking or take a relaxing pedal along the Great River State Trail. Views of the bluffs, abundant wildlife, interesting places to stop and charming communities await you on your Wisconsin Great River Road bicycling adventure.
Enjoy history, bluff-top views, outstanding trails and charming river towns along the Wisconsin Great River Road—Wisconsin's only designated National Scenic Byway.
A Bicycle Built For You — Opportunity Wisconsin | Discover Wisconsin
Wisconsin is fast becoming a bicycling mecca with its Rails to Trails program and other individual bike trails across the state. But a lot of that biking activity can be found in southeast Wisconsin whether you race at the Kenosha Velodrome, take a leisurely ride along Lake Michigan in Racine or go mountain biking in Sheboygan and other locations in the region. Wisconsin is not only home to several tour races but some of the leading makers of bicycles and bicycle parts are based in the state. That bike you're riding just may have been built for you here in southeast Wisconsin.
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Outdoor Recreation Alliance of the 7 Rivers Region
The 7 Rivers Region of the greater La Crosse area is home to authentic terrain and pristine waterways that have created a unique, natural playground for the very best multifaceted recreational opportunities.
The Mississippi River, our scenic bluffs and backwaters provide an unmatched natural playground for outdoor recreation like cycling, kayaking, cross-country skiing, hiking, bird watching, sailing, and fishing that simply can't be replicated anywhere.
Man and nature collaborate on an infrastructure that forms the ultimate authentic playground. The greater La Crosse area is a world-class mecca for outdoor recreational opportunities and truly Nature's Place to Play.
Just Off Main Street
A community's Main Street is the beating heart of its town. It's the city's center, it's full of history, and it's a gathering spot for residents and visitors alike. In Wisconsin, Main Street communities are known for being friendly, charming and authentic, with unique personalities that set them apart from one another. And sometimes, the best adventures to be had are found 'Just off Main Street.' In this episode of Discover Wisconsin, we explore the communities of Osceola, Florence, Whitewater and Omro. Hosts Mariah Haberman and Marie Justice step off the beaten path to discover the beauty, history, and fun that these Main Street communities offer visitors. From a Scenic National Riverway, to remote waterfalls of the Northwoods, there are so many things that will surprise you about these places - and they're just down the road!
Living in the North Country - The 181st Infantry Brigade at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin
Take a break, and enjoy some captivating scenes of Wisconsin, specifically the western side of the state, in and around the Fort McCoy area. The landscape consists of rolling hills, forests, farms, and small towns. It's an outdoor paradise, and many Soldiers now call it home.
Grandad Bluff Hike, La Crosse WI.
Amazing autumn views of the City of La Crosse, WI. Oct. 16th 2015. Hixon Forest Park. Fun Hike with Wildflower through the hills on the Mississippi River valley.