Stories tagged: "travel"

(Photo courtesy of Megan La Barbera)
Pandemic Life Overseas: Wisconsin Woman Recounts Past Year in Spain

Visits using technology helped maintain connections with family and friends during difficult times.

Darla Dernovsek submitted this photo of her husband Mike and their dog Sunny on a hike at St. Peter's Dome near Ashland.
There’s Much to Be Thankful for in Wisconsin—the Places and the People

Our travel writer offers reminders of what we have and what will still be with us after this most unusual year.

Greenbush Cemetery was established during the same year that Wisconsin became a state.
For Sites with Unconventional History Lessons, Look to Wisconsin’s Dead

Cemeteries provide more than Halloween tales of terror and dead-calm tranquility the rest of the year.

Holy Wisdom Monastery in Dane County. (Photos by Mary Bergin)
This Former Monastery in Dane County Might Be the Escape We All Need Right Now

Now a retreat for single or multi-day visits, it offers spiritual solace, natural solitude, and environmental stewardship.

Vino Over the Valley in Arcadia, Wis.
The Cure for COVID Stress? A ‘Great River Road’ Getaway.

Here are 16 suggestions for stops along a stunning stretch of hills, valleys, and the mighty Mississippi.

Walker House in Mineral Point
Social Distancing Means Diners Get More Attention in Some Restaurants

A restored stagecoach stop, Walker House combines a 19th century environment with 21st century safeguards.

This view of Lake Winnebago is from Fond du Lac’s Lakeside Park.
How to Have a Well-Rounded Lake Winnebago Road Trip

There’s more to the state’s largest body of water than what's along the I-41 strip.