Madison is so rounded by lakes. Where there are lakes there are Mosquitos!!! watch out! Apparently winters are really cold, below 30 F, but on summer, pictures with sunset are often taken and the city waters gets full of life with all the water activities.
The CAPITAL, is the tallest building in Madison, there is even a law that forbids building higher. On Saturdays the farmers market goes around the Capital. Don’t you dare go on the opposite way of the people or you will never succeed in your shopping. Also it has an IKEA instinct of trapping you inside once you begin to walk.
The famous architect, Frank Lloyd, was from Madison, and he build the first unitarian society, which means a place where they teach people about all the religions before you can choose one, if that is the case. Only 45 buildings for his stamp of approval, a red block with his signature, and this is one of them!
One of the best places to visit is the Arboretum, where you can experience the wild land, as it was found in the old days. Tons of wild flores and bees…mmm Wisconsin Honey must be delicious.
and if you can’t make it, check out the Allen Centennial Gardens! Seems like flowers are about to talk to you.