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Focusing on the question of, "Are these three doable in a single day?" Yes it is but very hard to see all they have to offer. Buy your city pass at CityPass Website. More details below if you are interested in some of my opinions. Chicago has some really large museums. Those three you mentioned (Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum, and Museum of Science and ...


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If you can schedule it so you're in London over the Easter long weekend - too late now for this year, but you could come next year (24 to 27 March 2016) - then you could visit the London International Ska Festival, which includes events such as: Madness Special – a tribute to Camden Town’s finest (7pm-midnight) at the Camden Foundry, Camden. Free ...


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The Natural History Museum, The V&A and the Science Museum are all in Kensington, which means that the directions for getting there from Paddington station are "Walk across Hyde Park". Seriously it's about a kilometer, and you'll take in the Albert Memorial, the Albert Hall and one of London's best parks as you go. In more detail, walk south on West ...


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You can certainly get to all three in the same day, but even if you use taxicabs I don't think you'll get much bang for the buck (as we say). I would first drop the Shedd, unless you are especially interested in fish. The Museum of Science and Industry is very large, and my children often spend almost an entire day there. Check whether the Field or Science ...


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I live just a few blocks from where you're staying, and also enjoy technical things. I have a couple suggestions for you. First off, the Museum of Science and Industry is excellent. It's huge. I wouldn't bother trying to hit all the museums. I would hit just this one. The museums are all very large and you could easily spend most of your day at each ...


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Forget Times Square! Take public transport direct to SoHo. Spend, say, 3-5 hours being really cool and having fun. You need plan nothing - every single street, every corner, in the SoHo/Tribeca etc area is worth seeing. Take in a few cafes and maybe galleries. You can't go wrong. Hop on public transport and go back for your flight. It's that easy.



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