This Week's Dream: Driving Around Lake Michigan
The Week Middle East|August 05, 2017

The 900-mile drive around Lake Michigan – the only Great Lake entirely within US borders – is “one of the greatest road trips America has to offer”, says Tom Chesshyre in The Times.

The route passes through four states (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin) and takes in “some of the country’s most picturesque scenery”, yet few people think of doing it.

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