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A trolley connects the capital (population: 115,000) to East Lansing, home of Michigan State University.
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Though vacationers flock here in summer, the Sunrise Coast of the Lower Peninsula along US-23 always has a laid-back feel.
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Chelsea (population: 4,900), one hour west of Detroit, is full of local pride. Independent businesses line the main drag, restaurants serve locally raised food, and its signature Purple Rose Theatre...
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With rehabbed historical districts, shopping and restaurants on both sides of the Saginaw River, Bay City (population: 36,800) exudes a lively urban river-town feel.
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The University of Michigan’s hip hometown (population: 114,000) supports a world tour of restaurants, a great shopping district and a vibrant arts scene.
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Looking to change things up? Find inspiration in the renewed Motor City, with attractions such as the Detroit Institute of Arts, Motown Museum, Comerica Park, and Edsel and Eleanor Ford House.
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Farm-to-table restaurants and fabulous resorts make Traverse City (and nearby towns) delicious fun.
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Pretty small towns, sandy beaches and rolling dunes await visitors to the southeast side of Lake Michigan.
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The Motor City is rising again, and we don’t just mean automakers. Meet a few of the entrepreneurs helping to put Detroit back on its feet—and serving some great drinks and dishes in the process.
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Michigan’s Little Bavaria (94 miles north of Detroit) draws visitors with old-world atmosphere, festivals, shops and fried-chicken dinners.

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