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Virginia Beach, Virginia

The beaches are wonderful (and plentiful!) in Virginia. The waves that roll in from the Atlantic are much higher and conducive to surfing than the waves on most other East Coast beaches. Moreover, the boardwalks, restaurants, and nightlife in Virginia Beach are second to none.

Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta is the biggest airport in the U.S. so flights to the ATL are frequent and cheap. It’s a great place to take kids — you can take in the Coca-Cola Museum (pictured) and the nation’s largest aquarium all in the same block. While you’re in the area, cool off by walking through the fountains at Centennial Olympic Park. If you want some outdoor adventure, you can rent a canoe and sail right through town on the Chattahoochee River. Travel just a few minutes east of the city and you’ll encounter Stone Mountain, the Mount Rushmore of the South. Ride the tram to the top and see all of Atlanta on a clear day. Pockets empty? Not to worry, there’s lot to do for free in Atlanta. Explore the Fernabank Science Center or the Governor’s Mansion. Take in a little bit of history with free tour of Dr. Martin Luther King’s birth home or the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum.

Branson, Missouri

Branson is an unassuming vacation destination with small-town charm and big-city entertainment in the heart of the Ozark Mountains. Millions of visitors come each year to see a show at any of the 50 theaters and enjoy outdoor fun on the lake.

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Paris, France

Like all great cities, you can spend months in Paris and barely scratch the surface of the city’s cultural treasures. It has museums galore, stellar shopping and busy cafés perfect for people-watching.

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Sixty miles south of Cancun, the authentic seacoast village of Playa del Carmen was once a quiet outpost favored by European backpackers. Now it’s the gateway to Mayan ruins, miles of pearly white coastline, and a surprising number of new all-inclusive resorts. Children will love Xel-Ha, a series of shallow calm lagoons where you can teach them to safely snorkel. Then head further south to the ruins of Tulum and view 60 ancient buildings perched on a cliff directly above a palm-fringed beach. Archaeologists estimate the beginnings of Tulum from 700 to 1,000 A.D., when the Mayan civilization had passed its peak.

Roatan, Honduras

A tropical winter weekend getaway can be had in up-and-coming Roatan, the largest of the Bay Islands off the coast of Honduras. Wild parrots, iguanas, and monkeys roam freely among the lush countryside and mountainous spine, while the clear turquoise waters and the surrounding reef make for an unmatched underwater experience; expect to see shipwrecks, sea turtles, dolphins, and whales when diving offshore. There are no fancy high-rise hotels, malls, or golf courses here – just miles of unspoiled beaches and tropical landscapes.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe is a natural beauty, nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the foothills of the Rockies, with an average of 300 days of sunshine and clear blue skies. One of the most unique offerings of Santa Fe is the open-air opera (pictured). Take a backstage tour for only $5, or catch some of the best operas under the stars. Italian a little rusty? Don’t worry, this opera house has electronic translators on the back of each seat so you can read along in English while you listen to the beautiful music. Santa Fe is probably the best place in the world to shop for American Indian arts and crafts. Find a great Native American memento from a vendor in front of the Palace of the Governors. For higher-quality Indian art, try vendors clustered around the Plaza.

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Los Cabos, Mexico

From Hollywood stars to rowdy teens, Los Cabos, Mexico, attracts ’em all for a quick winter getaway – and it’s no wonder. Beaches, mountain, and deserts – you name it, this place has got it – with a plethora of activities to enjoy the best of each. Scuba diving, fishing, golfing, whale-watching, hiking, and biking are just a few of the outings on offer. Whether you choose to stay in crazy Cabo San Lucas with its bars and nightclubs or in the quieter, picture-perfect village of San Jose del Cabo, you are guaranteed a good time.

Montego Bay, Jamaica

Jamaica may do duty as a spring-break central every year, but the reggae-centric spot has a fascinating history, vibrant culture, and passionate political past that make it an enchanting (and warm!) place to visit for a quick winter getaway. Known as MoBay, Jamaica’s second-largest city is the premier tourist destination on the northwest coast, offering travelers everything from picture-perfect white-sand beaches to river rafting; from spicy jerk chicken to some of the best golf in the West Indies.

Newport, Rhode Island

Newport, Rhode Island served as summer vacation spot to the White House for Presidents John F. Kennedy and Dwight Eisenhower. Moreover, John and Jackie Kennedy got married at the local St. Mary’s church. The harbor town is home to some of the freshest seafood on the Atlantic Coast. Aside from that, some of the most opulent mansions in the world are located in Newport including the Vanderbilt mansion, The Breakers. Newport is also home to many private and public sailing clubs that offer sailing excursions and lessons for beginners. There are also many cultural attractions in the area to enjoy such as lighthouse tours, museums and brewery/winery tours.

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Chicago, Illinois

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.

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The Alamo

The most popular attraction in Texas, the Alamo welcomes over 2.5 million visitors each year. The Alamo played a crucial part in the Texas Revolution, as it was here that a small band of Texans fought for 13 days against the Mexican army of Santa Anna.

Austin, Texas

“Keep Austin Weird” is a t-shirt slogan you are sure to see a lot of in this city, in large part because of the uniqueness of its residents and businesses. Locals and visitors alike gather along Austin’s 6th Street to visit the area’s best nightlife. The already strong music scene gets further expanded when the city hosts some of the most popular music festivals in the country, including South by Southwest, the Austin City Limits Music Festival, or the Urban Music Festival. While in the region, many also visit the Texas Hill Country, an area of rolling hills and bike paths outside the city limits. Barton Springs, which supplies water to the Barton Springs Pool, is also a popular place to visit for those looking for a break from the Texas summer heat.

Bahia Honda State Park, Florida

Bahia Honda has several white sandy beaches for you to enjoy. Calusa is the smallest beach; it is located on the northwest side of the island. There are several small pavilions in this area and a bathhouse with outdoor, fresh water showers. Loggerhead is the shallowest beach and is located on the south side of the island. It is known for the large shallow sand bar just a few feet offshore.

Canadian Rockies

Alberta’s section of the Rocky Mountains is a glorious playground of waterways ringed by snowcapped peaks. Grab bikes and ride around that gem of water, Lake Louise, perched a mile high, and you’ll understand. Then hike with rangers at Banff and Jasper national parks to see glaciers and grizzlies at a distance. You can paddle the shores of Maligne Lake or raft down the Sunwapta River, an exciting yet safe introduction to whitewater rafting.

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Las Vegas, Nevada

In many ways, Vegas is basically a giant playground for grown-ups. Some of the best dining, shopping and nightlife in the world can be found here, all in the comfort of climate-controlled casinos. This is not a vacation for people looking for an enriching cultural experience — it is a getaway for people looking to escape the real world and unwind for a bit. And the fashion you do this in can be as innocent or as excessive as you choose.

Los Angeles, California

Great weather. Like, almost always. And tons of things to do, from people watching at Venice Beach to shopping on Rodeo Drive. World-class dining and nightlife can be found everywhere, and you might even get in the occasional celebrity sighting. As Frommer’s puts it, “Angelenos know their city will never have the sophisticated style of Paris or the historical riches of London, but they cheerfully lay claim to living in the most entertaining city in the United States, if not the world.”

Rome, Italy

The Eternal City Rome celebrates its long history with monuments, churches and restored ruins that offer a glimpse into life during the days of the great Roman Empire. Celebrate the city’s roots and immerse yourself in the culture over a heaping bowl of pasta and a taste of gelato.

San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio is a jewel in the crown of Texas. With just over a million citizens, San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas. San Antonio has a strong military presence–it is home to Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base, Randolph Air Force Base, and Brooks City-Base, with Camp Bullis and Camp Stanley outside the city.

San Diego, California

Despite its Southern location on California’s border with Mexico, San Diego doesn’t enjoy warm weather year-round, so summertime is optimal for enjoying the palm tree lined paradise that is La Jolla Beach. Other favored destinations include Balboa Park and the Gaslamp Quarter.

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Estes Park, Colorado The reason to visit Rocky Mountain National Park and its eastern gateway Estes Park is to go outside and stay outside, especially in summer.  Rocky Mountain National Park bills itself as a “living showcase of the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains” with “opportunities for countless breathtaking experiences and adventures.” These opportunities include hiking or horseback riding along the park’s 359 miles of trails. Camping, fishing, climbing, biking, and wildlife viewing also beckon the outdoors enthusiast. Estes Park is the place to be in July for the Rooftop Fair and Rodeo, with cowboys and concerts. And you can enjoy Lake Estes along the walkway around it, peddling paddle-boats across it, or gliding on sailboats through it. Hershey, Pennsylvania Hersey is a great vacation destination for family vacations.  What more could kids want — candy and a theme park? Those are the big attractions in Hershey, Penn., called The Sweetest Place on Earth by the eponymous chocolate company founded there by Milton Hershey more than 100 years ago. Visit Hershey’s Chocolate World for an interactive tour-ride that explains how chocolate is made and ends with a sample of the sweet stuff. Kids will love Hersheypark, a theme park with more than 60 rides that have nothing to do with chocolate but everything to do with fun. Hershey also is home to a zoo, botanical gardens, and the Hersehy Museum. And within driving distance are visitor-friendly Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania capital, and the beautiful Amish country of rolling hills, picturesque farms, and covered bridges. San Francisco, California Bring a hearty appetite and good walking shoes to the City by the Bay. For a quintessential San Francisco experience, climb aboard a cable car, peruse the farm-fresh goods at the Ferry Market, stroll through Golden Gate Park and board a ferry to the island of Alcatraz for a dose of history and great city views. Santa Fe, New Mexico Santa Fe is a natural beauty, nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the foothills of the Rockies, with an average of 300 days of sunshine and clear blue skies. One of the most unique offerings of Santa Fe is the open-air opera (pictured). Take a backstage tour for only $5, or catch some of the best operas under the stars. Italian a little rusty? Don’t worry, this opera house has electronic translators on the back of each seat so you can read along in English while you listen to the beautiful music. Santa Fe is probably the best place in the world to shop for American Indian arts and crafts. Find a great Native American memento from a vendor in front of the Palace of the Governors. For higher-quality Indian art, try vendors clustered around the Plaza. Seattle, Washington The birthplace of grunge music is also the unofficial capital of coffee consumption in the United States. Why? Starbucks and Seattle’s Best Coffee were founded in Seattle, of course. Depending on the weekend, you might find one of several major festivals held in the city; from the music event Bumbershoot held over Labor Day weekend to the one of the many ethnic festivals held each year. You can also check out some of the dozens of museums, including the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum, Museum of Flight, or the Museum of History and Industry. From there, many sign up for the Seattle Underground Tour, a trek to many places that existed before the city’s Great Fire.