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Lake Geneva ranked No. 2 in pricey Midwestern hotels

LAKE GENEVA—When you head to a tourism-driven resort town, you'll probably be paying more for food and lodging than you would in your hometown.

Visitors to Lake Geneva might be paying more than in just about any other Midwestern resort...

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