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  • Discover Bayfield and the Apostle Islands

    Last Updated: 6/19/2012

    With breathtaking views and pristine waters, Bayfield is one of Wisconsin’s top destinations for those looking for an active, sustainable getaway in a picturesque setting.

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  • Edible Travel Green Wisconsin – Apple Orchards, B&Bs and Cafés

    Last Updated: 8/4/2011

    Part II - This travel suggestion also falls in the category of “having your cake and eating it too.” These businesses offer travelers eco-friendly meals and missions. Bring an appetite and a big thirst and dig in.

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  • Staying at An Eco-Elegant B&B in Wisconsin is a Feel Good Experience

    Last Updated: 11/12/2010

    Here is a list of Wisconsin inns that wow with their eco-conscious vibe and luxury amenities, four other green inns not to overlook and one to watch for. All these properties are certified by the Department's Travel Green Wisconsin voluntary certification

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  • Five Wisconsin Destinations for Winter Romance

    Last Updated: 12/29/2009

    A romantic destination means different things to those in love. So, for those who love pampering places, great outdoors spaces, fabulous retreats or delicious eats, here are five destinations that will make sweethearts swoon.

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  • Family-friendly B&Bs

    Last Updated: 10/29/2009

    Long associated with romance, rejuvenation and relaxation, bed and breakfast inns aren’t your typical family destination. But these four Wisconsin inns love hearing the pitter-patter of little feet.

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  • Four Great B&B's With A Theme

    Last Updated: 4/28/2008

    If you’re looking for a good night’s rest in unique surroundings, here are four of the state’s more unusual settings for small hotels and bed and breakfast inns.

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  • Travel Green: A Final Summer Fling in Door County

    Last Updated: 9/27/2007

    That's when I started to notice all the "green." The extra toilet paper in our bathroom was made of recycled materials. A window sticker said "Travel Green Certified."

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