Surrounded by the Great Lakes, this state serves up some dramatic contrasts, from the gritty urbanity of Detroit & Flint to resort areas like Saugatuck-Douglas & carless Mackinac Island, not to mention the Upper Peninsula's gorgeous scenery.
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