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Warm-weather getaway

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Warm up this winter with a trip down Interstate-75 to the sugar-soft sand and azure blue waters of Florida’s Naples and Marco Island.
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It’s a reasonable drive to a mild winter escape in the Texas Hill Country, where the beloved bluebonnets start blooming in March near German-settled towns full of historic sites, galleries and...
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Lined with twisty, moss-draped oaks, the historic district of Savannah, Georgia, offers romantic inns, chic cafes, stirring glimpses of our nation's past—and an easy escape from winter's...
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When it's cold in the Midwest, warm up with a getaway to spots like Santa Fe, New Mexico; Savannah, Georgia; Austin, Texas; or Natchez, Mississippi.
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Deep in the little blue heart of Texas—a solidly red state—winter visitors find sunny days, one seriously big capitol, an unrivaled live music scene and proof that locals continue to “Keep Austin...
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Tour white-columned mansions and enjoy warm breezes along with genuine small-town hospitality in this Old South enclave along the Mississippi River.
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Warmed by world-class art and nearly constant sunshine, Santa Fe offers a bright escape in midwinter.
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Jambalaya, fresh Gulf seafood and Paula Deen's latest creations are among the spots you can sink your teeth into this winter without worrying about brain freeze.
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Defrost, destress and devour these family-friendly vacation hot spots, from the mouse ears of Florida to the heart of Texas and beyond.
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With trail-ride days and campfire nights, these six Texas towns invite you to discover your inner cowboy (and cowgirl), giddyup and leave the snow behind.

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