After harsh winter, Americans go in search of sun


NEW YORK, Feb 18 (Reuters Life!) - After experiencing one of the worst U.S. winters in memory more than a third of Americans are planning to take a break this spring in search of warm weather and sunshine, according to a new poll. Three-quarters of travelers questioned in the survey said they would be staying in the United States, and Florida was by far the most popular destination, followed by California and Nevada at a distant third. And despite the lackluster economy, most people will ...

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