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Chicago’s dining, cultural and recreation options rival any city in the world. It’s an outstanding choice for Midwesterners looking for a destination to which they can either drive or find a cheap flight. Summer tourists hide from the infamous heat in the air-conditioned museums and Michigan Avenue stores, or embrace the high temperatures in Millennium Park or at one of the many city beaches along Lake Michigan.
Fort Desoto Park, Florida
Fort Desoto is located in the southwest corner of Mullet Key, at the entrance to Tampa Bay. The entire island is now Fort De Soto Park, a Pinellas county park which offers fine beaches, fishing, nature trails, camping, boating, and much more.
Isla Mujeres, Mexico
ust a quick ferry ride from Cancún but seemingly a world away, Isla Mujeres is a glimpse into Mexico’s quieter, less-touristed past, especially when the tour boats have left for the day and those bunking on the “Island of Women” have it all to themselves. Laid-back is the way at this top winter getaway, whether lazing on the white-sand beaches by day or idling away an evening in one of the many open-air cafes in town. Though there are accommodations here to suit any budget, those looking for luxe opulence will be better off in Cancún, because pretension is about as welcome here as the crowds.
Laguna Beach, California
The seven miles of coastline are considered to be among the most beautiful in the world. Giant 15-foot waves provide great surfing, as well as windsurfing and body boarding. Also, Laguna Beach is home to a vibrant arts community. The Laguna Playhouse is the oldest continually operating theater on the West Coast, providing both well-known and obscure productions in an intimate setting.