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Kids love to have fun in the summer, whether shooting water balloons at friends or sitting inside and thinking about Halloween. Make the most of summer with this Groupon. $89 for a Three-Day Summer Climbing Camp for Kids ($200 Value) Choose from nine sessions: June 3–5 June 10–12 June 17–19 June 24–26 July 8–10 July 15–17 July 29–31 August 5–7 August 12–14 Kids aged 8–14 participate in games, activities, team building, and crafts to learn the fundamental skills required to begin ascending to great heights before they attempt to scale the walls themselves. Each child should bring lunch and snacks ...
Mankind's underdeveloped climbing skills and inability to digest tin cans are two ways in which evolution left humans inferior to goats. It's mind over Matterhorn with this Groupon. $249 for a Three-Hour Portable-Climbing-Wall Rental ($500 Value) The climbing company brings a 20-foot-tall climbing wall to you. The staff sets up and maintains the wall during the event and gives guidance to climbers. As many as three can ascend the wall at a time.
The Escape Kit • A One-Night Stay for Two in a Kind Bedroom Suite, Thursdays through Sundays ($69) • Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two in a Kind Bedroom Suite, Thursdays through Sundays ($129) • Daily Breakfast and Two Drink Tickets • Combine Vouchers to Stay Up to Four Nights The Destination According to Forbes, Madison ranks second in the nation in education among US cities, with the highest number of Ph.Ds and the third-highest number of college graduates. But you don't have to be a genius to understand why people flock to the "Berkeley of the Midwest." Voted consistently by numerous publications as one of the best places to live in the United States, Madison boasts a little something smart for every fancy. A bustling downtown is dotted with high-end restaurants, quirky cafes, and eclectic boutiques, while the scenic waterfront buzzes with weekend farmers' markets, seasonal boating, and a vibrant music scene. From annual festivals like the Great Taste of the Midwest craft beer festival, to the renowned Rhythm and Booms fireworks celebration (the largest in the Midwest), Madtown is most definitely an intelligent choice for a vacation spot. The Digs Just minutes from downtown's Capital Square and the Dane County airport is the Cambria Suites Hotel, where convenience and luxury converge. An airy atrium-style lobby with a full barista coffee bar beckons you to relaxation mode even before you retreat to your oversize suite. Awash in plush amenities, like sumptuous bedding, Bath and Body Works spa products, two flat-screen LCD TVs, and Wolfgang Puck complimentary coffee, this spacious respite makes it easy to unwind. Hit the modern fitness center before you take a dip in the indoor pool with full spa. Later, grab a bite in the bistro-style restaurant before hitting the downtown scene. The Diversions • Catch a theatrical performance at the nearby Overture Center for the Arts • See the architectural genius of legend Frank Lloyd Wright at Monona Terrace • Rock out to some live music at High Noon Saloon • Grab a good-time burger at local joint Madison's
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Mixing a post-punk attitude with the upward ambition of Bowie, The Psychedelic Furs hit the London scene in the late '70s and quickly became one of rock's must-see acts. Now, you'll catch these alternative rock legends live at The Midland by AMC with this offer: For $45, score two general admission floor tickets to the show on Sunday, June 9 along with two drink tickets (wine/well/draft) and parking in the Cosentino's lot.
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