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San Diego boasts 260 sunny days a year, miles of rugged beachside and barking seals. But that’s just the welcome mat to this SoCal haven.
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Texas is naturally big on fun, history and flavor, too. Head to the Hill Country to see fields of bluebonnets and explore small towns like Fredericksburg.
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The sun-drenched beaches along Alabama’s Gulf Coast invite snow-weary Midwesterners to play along the shore (or explore moss-draped forests).
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At the Sonoran Desert around Tucson, Arizona—one of Midwesterners’ favorite winter escapes—you’ll find a week’s worth of golf, art and spas, all soaked in warm sunshine.
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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 Alabama, Arizona, Texas, Florida and New Mexico.
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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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