It's already warming up in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina!
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Myrtle Beach's boardwalk is relatively new, but feels as if it's been here forever.
The National Mall in Washington, DC, is not only a historical must-see—it's also free!
Washington is not only a cultural and historical mecca, but also a vibrant city in its own right, with great shops and a buzzy food scene.
You can spend an entire day touring the Capitol, where the Senate and House meet.
The National Gallery of Art offers a priceless collection—without an entrance fee!
Punta Cana is a popular affordable destination in the Dominican Republic.
All-inclusive resorts make the indulgent Dominican Republic experience surprisingly budget-friendly.
The Dominican Republic's beaches may bring out the kid in you.
Just one of the Dominican Republic's many alluring pools.
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The boardwalk in Point Pleasant, New Jersey, opens on weekends in April, but the crowds and prices are nowhere near their summer highs.
The beaches of Point Pleasant are inviting even on still-chilly spring days.
For an old-timey boardwalk experience, the rides and games at Point Pleasant can't be beat.
Point Pleasant is a popular spot for beach volleyball, including major tournaments.
The architecture in New Orleans's French Quarter is distinctive and unforgettable.
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New Orleans hotels are as friendly and welcoming as the city's inhabitants.
(Courtesy Maison St. Charles Inn and Suites)
New Orleans's iconic St. Louis Cathedral is one of the historical sites you must experience.
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A sunset stroll along the river may be the higlight of your New Orleans visit.
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Of all the things you can do on Sanibel Island, Florida, the best of all may be… nothing!
Sanibel Island's bridge is deceptively modern and bustling—but this hideaway is really as close as you may come to your own private island.
Lighthouse lovers will want to take a gander at Sanibel's iconic sentinel.
Ready for your warm beach getaway?
If you're lucky enough to spot a bear cub at Great Smoky Mountains National Park, keep your distance—they are way cuter from afar!
The food, culture, and music of Tennessee are alive in the Great Smoky Mountains region.
If you enjoy the Great Smoky Mountains in spring, come back for the fall foliage!
Montreal is an old-world city right in North America!
Spring afternoons are perfect for soaking up rays in friendly Montreal.
Montreal is home to McGill University.
St. Paul Street in Old Montreal may make you feel as if you've been transported across the Atlantic.
Rockport, Massachusetts's inner harbor is an evocative New England scene on Cape Ann.
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A state park on Cape Ann, at the site of a former quarry.
The famous gazebo on the Front Beach in Rockport, Massachusetts.
Boats are anchored in a harbor of a classic New England fishing village—and, yes, that's a lobster shack in the background.
It doesn't get louder, faster, or more fun than Las Vegas's Strip at night!
Las Vegas is home not only to slots, cards, and dice, but also to faux European landmarks!
Ready to dive into the Venus Pool Club at Las Vegas's Caesars Palace?
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