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Hello All - We will be in Chicago from 1/18-22nd and was wondering if anyone had some great INDOOR suggestions of things to do. Last time in Chicago was at least 7 yrs ago for a wedding we will have much more free time on this trip. My husband is not totally into Art Museums but I do think the Science Museum will work for one day - after reading other reports. He is also extremely sensitive to the cold so we will try to prepare as best we can. We are staying at the Whitehall on E Delaware off Michigan Ave.
also wondering about an interesting and moderate restaurant in which we can take relatives that live in the area. There would be a minimum of 8 but most likely 10 of us. I am thinking of possibly footing the bill if it were reasonable but also don't want to invite people out to dinner and expect them to pay an outrageous price. I'm sure they will have suggestions but I would love to come with one myself.
Any suggestions on not to be missed places to see in winter would be greatly appreciated. Read about the improv theater and wondered if that would be something to do on Sat night. Any suggestions. You guys are always so helpful.
Thanks
JK1348

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