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We are planning a week long trip to Chicago in early September and would like to combine it with a stay of a couple of days somewhere more resort-y. Someone suggested Mackinaw Island. Any thoughts about that? Any suggestions on a resort area to combine with Chicago?

DH and I are in our mid-60s and like museums, shopping, etc but I assume we will get that in Chicago. For some non-city time we usually enjoy small towns with quaint shopping, nature preserves, hanging out near a lake or the ocean to relax.

It is unlikely that we will get back to this area any time soon. I'd appreciate any suggestions.
Thanks!

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