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Frankenmuth, Michigan -- I guess if you like German food, this is the place to go. We were not impressed. Oh well.

Isle Royale National Park, Michigan one of the most beautiful places I've been

Taquamenon Falls, Michigan. Been there! Done that! (Mena =)

  • Michelle Kellar

    Michelle K We made the mistake when the kids were growing up - going to Niagara Falls when they were 8 & 10. We trucked down to these Falls the next year. Their reaction: "Is this it?" It wasn't funny at the time.

  • Jennifer Kenney

    Michelle K.... that was mine at their age too. Now, the curse followed me!!.. my 8 and 10 year old said the same thing

  • Kate The Koala

    I've been there before. The reason the water is tan is because there are a lot of metals in the water

  • Trisha Glowniak

    Go there once a year, the upper and lower falls are so beautiful. Except this year some kind of disease wiped out all of the bats in the upper peninsula and each bat eats up to 10,000 mosquitos a day... That being said we drove all the way up there to be literately eaten alive like a horror movie :( Wish we would have known prior to visiting the beaches and falls up there, it was miserable. Better luck 2015

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Zehnder's Famous Chicken Dinners....Frankenmuth, Michigan

g8 images: Upper Tahquamenon Falls, Michigan

Tahquamenon Falls in Paradise, Michigan. Make the trip to see one of Michigan's Upper Peninsula's gems no matter what the season.

Mighty Mac: Bridge joining Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulas from Mackinaw City to St. Ignace.

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Bronner's Christmas Wonderland: One of the reasons to visit Frankenmuth, Michigan! Read more: www.midwestliving...

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Mackinac Island one of my favorite places in Michigan... My parents had wedding photos taken here a few years ago ♥

The State Capitol of Michigan. The Gardens - Lansing, Michigan

There is a great vintage national park series you can find on lantern press and eparks.com.