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Welcome to Day Tripping: our seasonal guides for getting out of the city this summer, and what to do when you're there.
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- Open during the day on Wednesdays and Saturdays, the Ann Arbor Famers Market [734-794-6255] showcases plant nurseries, farmers,
- Rock Paper Scissors [734- 531-6264] is an adorable gift shop that has an admirable goal: to help shoppers "celebrate everything." The cheery boutique, which has a sister location in Tecumseh, stocks Kate
- Another adorable gift shop, The Peaceable Kingdom [734-668-7886] carries folk art, toys, clocks, and other quirky odds and ends. But its claim to fame is a "fairy door" at the foot of its entrance (that's what those shopp
- You may be able tell from its name, but Crazy Wisdom Bookstore and Tea Room [734-665-2757] is no ordinary shop. With books covering every category from magic to political science, the independent shop also has a t
- Ready for dinner? Bigalora Wood Fired Cucina [734-971-2442] serves Neapolitan-style pizza with a special dough that undergoes a 72-hour fermentation process, and toppings include farm eggs, imported Italian tun
About a four-hour drive from Chicago, Ann Arbor Michigan may not be the ideal destination for a quick day trip. But if you have a weekend to spare—and an interest in cute boutiques, fairy teas, and serious pizza—it's worth taking a jaunt to the charming town. Here's what to check out while you're there.
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