The New York Times finds more than just football in Green Bay
Article highlights a 36-hour visit to Titletown
"Few cities evoke a single notion in the minds of locals and visitors alike as does Green Bay," writes Robert Simonson in an article, "36 Hours in Green Bay, Wis.," published on The New York Times website today.
But Simonson writes there's much more to Titletown than the Green and Gold, and "if you happen to find yourself there outside football season, don't despair."
From sipping a Wisconsin-style old-fashioned (made with brandy, of course) at The Libertine and snacking on handmade chocolates from Beerntsen's to seeing rare vintage locomotives at the National Railroad Museum and riding Elvis Presley's favorite roller coaster at Bay Beach Amusement Park, the article highlights a number of worthwhile stops (including Lambeau Field, of course), throughout the city.
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