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The Best Way to Escape the Chicago Winter

Orchids, parasols, and silk lanterns—yes, we’re talking about Chicago in the middle of winter. For the Windy City, a 35-degree day is seen as a relief in its long winter. It’s not hard to imagine that on one of those many bitterly cold days that would break most of us, Chicagoans must be dreaming of the Caribbean or South Pacific. But those who cannot flee to warmer climes should not despair.
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