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13 U.S. Cities That Never Lost Their European Spirit

The Midwest was a popular region for European immigrants to settle in the 1800s and early 1900s because the terrain and weather reminded many people of their home countries. With northern Plains states, such as North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota popular with Scandinavians, while Danish and Dutch immigrants preferred Iowa and Nebraska. Germans often …

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11 Great Restaurants Near Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Restaurants and foodie experiences aren’t the priority. But a hiker’s gotta eat, right? Here are some of the restaurants and cafes I recommend near Glacier National Park’s western entrance. And by saying these restaurants are “near,” some are just outside of the park, and some are a …

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Best Midwest Hotels For Sustainable Travel In 2022

Sustainable travel isn’t a passing fad. As I travel for this blog, I’ve started to notice the extra steps a hotel takes to lower their environmental impact. If you’d like to make a conscious effort to stay at a “Green” hotel this year, I’ve got the hotel list for you! Being a Midwest travel blogger, …

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18 Midwest Supper Clubs I Want To Visit

Supper clubs are a long-running Midwestern dining experience, but being a Nebraska native, it’s a foreign concept to me. After reading a book about the history of supper clubs and some of the restaurants that are still open in Iowa, I’ve been inspired to learn more about them and, who knows, maybe visit a few! …

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