Attractions To See -Nadeau Michigan
Nadeau Michigan is the home of many splendid things — we know it, because we live here. Beautiful scenery, majestic lakes, fabulous food, quirky locales and hidden gems just barely scratch the surface of what Nadeau Michigan has to offer.
We asked staff members of the Nadeau Press to share some of the best things to see and do in Michigan, based on our personal experiences. Here are 50 ideas you may want to add to your bucket list if you visit Nadeau, MI.
Think we missed something? Add your bucket list item here and be sure to explain why it’s great.
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The Detroit Metro Area has a lot of really neat things for people to do and see.
I grew up in the Chicago Area. I lived in the Cleveland-Akron Area, the Winston-Salem-Greensboro Area, Kalamazoo, and Grand Rapids, Michigan. So I have not lived everywhere, but I have seen enough places to speak intelligently, and I know that Detroit has things to offer. Detroit has some things to offer, despite what you hear in the news and from people with negative attitudes.
These are the things I would miss the most if I no longer lived here:
1. Professional Sports Teams: You have the Red Wings (Hockey), the Tigers (Major League Baseball), the Lions who are now winners in football once again, the Pistons (Men's Basketball), and the Shock (Women's Basketball). There are also several Minor League Baseball teams within a short drive, too.
2. Proximity to Universities (within 2 hours): University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan State University in Lansing, Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Wayne State University in Detroit, University of Detroit Mercy in Detroit, Adrian College in Adrian, Albion College in Albion, Alma College in Alma, Olivet College in Olivet, and the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio. Plus, there are several other smaller colleges throughout the city and the surrounding area.
3. Coney Island Restaurants: These are your basic greasy spoon Greek restaurants, but you can always find Chicken Lemon Soup and mouth watering, heart-killing Coney Dogs waiting for you to devour. For those who do not know what a Coney Dog is, it is a hot dog in a bun topped with a special Coney Chili, onions, and mustard. It sounds disgusting and is, but it sure tastes good!
4. Arabic/Middle Eastern Restaurants & Culture: Detroit Metro Area has the largest Arabic population outside of Middle East. This is a pretty amazing fact. It is nothing more than a mere fact, unless you count all of the places that serve wonderful baklava, an intensely sweet bakery desert that is almost like candy. There is good humus and bad humus. When you go to the right places, there are few things as tasty as a piece of warm, soft pita bread dipped into property flavored humus. Then you have your supremely spiced meats: gyros, kababs, schawarmas, and more. You will not find a dollar menu at these places, but you can eat a wonderful meal without spending a truckload of money.
5. Pizza Papalis: Buddy's and Shield's pizza are Detroit's cornerstones for pizza. They both have a good pan pizza. However, as a non-native Detroiter, these do not compare with Pizza Papalis. Chicago is known for their pizza. There are many places outside of the Chicago Area that will claim to have Chicago-style pizza only to disappoint. Pizza Papalis bakes a Chicago Style Pizza that favorably compares to Giordono's in Chicago. Amongst my personal favorites, their spinach and three cheese pizza with sausage and mushroom pizza is a thick, cheesy pizza that melts in your mouth and makes a tremendous mess on your plate.
15. Close Proximity to Beautiful Parts of Michigan: This includes beaches and parks. Michigan is surrounded by the Great Lakes, and so many other rivers go through it. Smaller lakes make their home inside the state. Finding beaches requires no skill here. You want to fish, swim, camp, or just walk around really scenic areas, you are never far from it here. People mention "going north," and they mean that scenic areas with a simple lifestyle is found by driving north on I-75. You can say this about many places, but it is true in Michigan more than most.
16. Near Many Orchards: Depending upon what is "in season," you can pick strawberries, apples, peaches, blueberries, and more with only a short drive from Detroit. Plus, many orchards offer hayrides and places for your kids to play. It really becomes an event.
17. Frankenmuth: This town is less than two (2) hours from most parts of the Detroit Metro Area. This is a town that is an obvious tourist trap, but it is still worth seeing. It is an old-time German town, placing a large emphasis on Christmas. In fact, on the town's outskirt, there is a store called Bronner's, which sells Christmas themed things nearly every day, except, well Christmas. The town's most celebrated restaurants are Zehnders and Bavarian Inn. You can order many things, but I recommend the Family Style Chicken Dinner. There are small shops within the downtown area, and it sits beside a scenic river.
I might have missed some other things, which is good. That means that the Detroit Area offers even more than I am promising. Enjoy Detroit!
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As the summer comes and schools closed, many will be planning to go for vacation tours in some lonely, serene and secluded place. They would like to make the trip enjoyable and unforgettable for a lifetime. Of course there are many options in front of them to select. Why can't a Michigan family vacation? The family vacation in Michigan will be exciting and fun filled. There are lots of options to spend your time, to relax and also to engage in vibrant activities.
Do you like to harm a farm vacation? If so Michigan is the proper destination. Michigan is the prime apple producing state in U. S. It is the home of many numbers of farmer's markets and cider mills. You anywhere in Michigan, you will be wondered to see at least a mill or a farm. Your family can enjoy the freshest apples in the farms, have al look at the well-maintained and attractive farms. Apart from the farm visit or e3njoying the apples, there are many places which will the family a great vacation.
You will be wondering why I missed the most important fun, the gambling and Casinos. Yes Michigan offers some of the wonderful Casinos in the state. You can try out at some cards, a roll or two of the dice slots. The gambling here is filled with fun and excitement.
Apart from all the above attractions and activities, a primary reason for the selection of Michigan family vacation is that the cheap rate in motels and restaurants. The Family vacation will be less expensive if you decide on Michigan.
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In search of America's most bizarre attractions, we journey from Illinois and across the Midwest to Michigan, epicentre of America's industrial heartland. Amidst the vast clutter of mundane car museums and tire factories, we discover four seriously strange roadside attractions, worthy of your visitation:
1. Pet Casket Factory Tours: Gladstone, Michigan
Choose the wrong coffin for your cat or dog and you could seriously compromise the quality of their afterlife. Chose the right one however, and they'll be happily sniffing crotches and scratching furniture in pet heaven for eternity.
If you're clueless about how to pick the right resting place for your pet, a visit to Gladstone's Pet Casket Factory is a must. Here you'll learn the inns and outs of pet coffin selection, and gain first hand insight into the manufacturing process.
4. World Champion Cow Grave At An Insane Asylum: Traverse City, Michigan
During her lifetime, Colantha the cow pumped out more milk than any other bovine on record. Her milk filled thousands of glasses, graced countless cereal bowls, and helped bake cookies for families across the nation.
How better then to honour this world record setting cow then by laying her to rest in a grave site set on grounds of Michigan's larges insane asylum (now defunct). If the story of Colantha's life and death doesn't put you in a melancholy mood, the decaying brick, chained porches, and bared windows of the surrounding institution certainly will.