Book It! Ten Fab Holiday Getaways

Craving a yuletide getaway from LA? Winter wonderlands and sunny celebration abound.

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Looking to get out of town this holiday season, but having a hard time deciding where to go? Here are the top 10 destinations, courtesy of Tis the season for jet-setting.
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CASTLETON, ENGLAND: A tiny stone village that'll remind you of the times of Tiny Tim. Twinkling trees, caroling and piping hot tea are all requisite parts of this getaway.
SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE, MEXICO: Celebrate south of the border with fireworks, live music, theater and dancing in this breathtaking colonial city. Feliz Navidad.
QUEBEC, CANADA: Fly off to Quebec and you'll be walking in a wnter wonderland. Check into the famous Ice Hotel and take a trip into the 400 year-old walled city for an old-fashioned Christmas.
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KAIKOURA, NEW ZEALAND: Escape the winter cold (well, LA's version of cold anyway) and head to New Zealand for a summertime yule. There's nothing like laying on the beach on Christmas.
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TROMSO, NORWAY: This is about as close to the North Pole as you're going to get. This snowy city will leave you in awe with spectacular views of the Northern Lights. Maybe you'll even spot one of Santa's reindeer.
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KEY WEST, FLORIDA: Forget about choosing between a Douglas Fir and a Scotch Pine and opt for a decked out palm tree. Warm temperatures and boats covered in Christmas lights define a Key West holiday.
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS: The windy city will blow you away with all the holiday festivities. See a million holiday lights on the Magnificent Mile, enjoy Navy Pier's Winter Wonderfest, and get in the sprit with a holiday themed amusement park and ice rink.
PARATY, BRAZIL: Perfect beaches and rainforest? It may not sound like the traditional holiday scene, but not even Mr. Scrooge himself would say no to this gorgeous villiage.
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TAOS, NEW MEXICO: Spend your days on the slopes and your nights on the streets in this remote town. Join an American Indian Christmas Even celebration on streets are lined with paper lanters and twinkling lights.
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