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Wine Country Weekend
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Wine Country Weekend

Calling all wine lovers seeking a great autumn getaway. Head to Illinois Wine Co...

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It’s a Date
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It’s a Date

These Three Destinations Bring Fun and Flirtation to Your Weekend GetawayEpic Ch...

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Alto Vineyards
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Alto Vineyards

After retiring from Southern Illinois University in 1978, Guy Renzaglia decided ...

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Raise a Glass
Eat & Drink Regional Getaways Illinois Made
Raise a Glass

An Illinois distiller, brewer and winemaker discuss their crafts and welcome you...

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Galena Getaway
Regional Getaways
Galena Getaway

Enjoy a romantic getaway to Galena. Experience a charming historic town with sho...

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Girlfriend Getaway along the I&M Canal
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Girlfriend Getaway along the I&M Canal

In the 1800s, the Illinois and Michigan Canal fueled commerce from the Illinois River to Chicago. Today, follow the canal for a history-infused, shopping-filled getaway.

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It’s a Date
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It’s a Date

Starting your romantic weekend in Millennium Park might seem surprising, but its variety captures what makes Chicago tick.

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