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    Miami, Fla.: Miami is known not just for beautiful beaches, but great dining and nightlife. Here, the South Beach Art Deco district lights up the night.
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    Myrtle Beach, S.C.: A Mecca for families and golfers alike. Pictured here are sunbathers at North Myrtle Beach.
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    Honolulu: The most easily accessible Hawaiian island from the mainland and a surfer's dream. Pictured here are downtown Honolulu and Waikiki Beach at sunset.
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    San Diego: Looking for perfect weather? You're very likely to find it in sunny San Diego. Here, people enjoy a Sunday concert.
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    Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: What was once a spring break spot is now all grown up. An aerial view of the city.
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    Destin, Fla.: Stunning beaches on the Florida Panhandle are the main attraction in Destin.
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    Panama City Beach, Fla.: White sand, emerald-green water and a laid-back vibe are all part of what makes Panama City Beach special. Pictured here are spring breakers at the Boardwalk Beach Resort.
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    Virginia Beach, Va.: Jump on a jet-ski, do some sport fishing, or just lie on the sand in Virginia Beach. Here, a surfer rides the waves.
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    Lahaina, Hawaii: A historic whaling village and beautiful beaches are the main attraction on Maui. Pictured here is the Maui coast.
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    Hilton Head, S.C.: White-sand beaches, dolphins frolicking just offshore and ubiquitous golf keep families coming back year after year. In this photo, a jogger runs the beach at sunset.
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