Well, after much experimentation the following solution seems to work for our Tourist Information web links list:
1. Create the categories and subcategories in Taxonomy
2. Create a Content Type in CCK and attach the Taxonomy to it. Use the Link module to add a link field to the Content Type.
3. Populate the Content Type with web links.
4. Create a Menu called Tourist Information.
5. Create a View for each category and add Page displays for the category and its corresponding subcategories and Block displays for each subcategory as well. Assign the Page displays to the Tourist Information menu.
6. Create a page for each category that contains subcategories. Assign the pages to the Tourist Information menu.
7. Create a main page called Tourist Information.
8. Assign the Tourist Information menu to the content region of the Tourist Information main page in Blocks.
9. Assign the subcategory blocks created in Views to the content region of each category page in Blocks.
10. If you want the Tourist Information menu to show up as Nav Bar anywhere, use the Multiblock module to create a separate instance of the Tourist Information block.
11. Now if you navigate to the Tourist Information main page you should have a list of the categories and subcategories (Tourist Information menu in the content region). If you click on any link, you should see either a page created in Views, or a page assigned with the blocks created in Views.
Simple, right? Not.
Our next challenge is to get the Kiosk theme to be one thing on the home page and something else on all sub-pages.
Wish us luck!