March April 2012 Midwest Living | Midwest Living

March April 2012 Midwest Living

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Swing into spring with our stories on Wisconsin's Horicon Marsh, a woodland garden in Illinois, three top Midwest bakeries and our Idea Home project at Ronald McDonald House.
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A top-notch botanical garden, museums and vibrant warehouse district draw visitors to Wichita.
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This new hotel in Chicago's River East neighborhood is ready to spoil you with chic styling and amenities.
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Famous pottery, a cozy bed-and-breakfast and outdoor rec draw visitors to Lake Mills, Wisconsin, 40 minutes east of Madison.
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Each May, the Dutch-theme Tulip Time festival blooms in Pella, Iowa, one of many Midwest towns throwing huge street parties to greet spring—and you're invited!
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These comfortable B&Bs offer the charm of a weekend on the farm, but none of the work. (Unless, of course, you want to help gather eggs!)
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At top wildlife-viewing areas like Horicon Marsh, spring arrives with throngs of migrating birds.
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The crack of a baseball bat and the opening of bulbs mark the official start of spring in Cincinnati.
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The next time you're in the Midwest's biggest city, treat yourself to a day in three neighborhoods rich with culture, personality and amazing restaurants.
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Give paper maps or atlases new life in your home as decor that evokes your favorite trips, places you've lived -- or dream destinations.

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