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Top Valentine's Day destinations in the USA

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  • La Jolla, California
Sure, the West Coast is teeming with romantic places -- between the picturesque north end of the state, wine country and of course, beachfront property along the coast, it doesn't get much better than California. (More on those others to come…) La Jolla is home to amazing boutique hotels, the world-renowned Lodge at Torrey Pines, unique galleries, and scrumptious restaurants -- all a stone's throw away from the sparkling Pacific Ocean.
  • Rockland, Maine
The city of Rockland describes itself as one of Maine's finest coastal cities. It is world famous for its shore, both mountainous and rocky, that is littered with hundreds of harbors and inlets. Check into the Berry Manor Inn, one of the quaint lodgings in the city, and check out the local art museum.
  • New York City, New York
This list would be incomplete without the Big Apple. Ice skate at Rockefeller Center, take a carriage ride through Central Park, visit the Met (Metropolitan Museum of Art) or stop for a drink at the renowned Plaza Hotel.
  • Boston, Massachusetts
Incorporated as a town in 1630, and later as a city in 1822, Boston, one of America's oldest cities, is rich is history and culture. Enjoy touring some of the historic neighborhoods, walk the Freedom Foundation Trail or take in a ballgame.
  • South Beach, Miami, Florida
Sexy South Beach is a perfectly swanky destination for those who want to indulge in luxury or dance the night away. Enjoy people watching at one of the outdoor café's situated along Ocean Drive.
  • San Francisco, California
Take in the massive Golden Gate Bridge and visit Fisherman's Wharf where you can visit the Aquarium of the Bay as well as PIER 39, a festival marketplace with more than 110 stores and 14 bay-view restaurants.
  • Molokai, Hawaii
According to Frommers.com, Molokai, Hawaii's fifth-largest island, remains a practically tourist-free hotspot. The island's informal motto is "Slow down: you're on Molokai," so take the hint and relax.
  • Barnard, Vermont
Travel along some beautiful country roads in the small rural town of Barnard, Vermont. Enjoy winter ice fishing or skating and cuddle up fireside afterwards.
  • Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
Stay at one of the charming residential cottages and take a walk through the maritime forest of Kitty Hawk woods or stroll along the shore at Kitty Hawk Beach.
  • Cape Cod, Massachusetts
According to honeymoons.about.com, Cape Cod, located 80 miles from Boston, is a favorite romantic weekend destination. Visitors flock here for its beachy and laid-back atmosphere and some of the country's freshest seafood.
  • Jekyll Island, Georgia
Considered Georgia's jewel, Jekyll Island is perfect for nature lovers. Check out the Georgia Sea Turtle Center, go birdwatching or do a little fishing or boating.
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