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Wondering where to go for Labor Day weekend?¬† Hereís a round-up of great places to celebrate the end of summer: (click each place  for more info) Santa Barbara is an idyllic coastal village, about an hour and a half north of Los Angeles. It's a postcard-perfect town, surrounded by mist covered mountains and beaches. . . Once home to many whaling sea captains, Nantucket is now a popular summer spot for the well to do. Walk along its cobblestone streets. . . San Francisco is one of my favorite cities. And it's easy to see why. It has a spectacular setting 138, moderate weather, cable cars, great shopping, interesting people and fabulous restaurants. Within a matter of hours of arriving in Chicago, we'd viewed the opening of an origami exhibit along with a local news crew, sipped complimentary St. Michelle wine at the Chicago Art Institute while listening to live blues, and attended an outdoor performance of Bolero. If you want to make great food the theme of your next girls getaway, then Napa Valley is the place to go. With its cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages and hundreds of well-preserved historic homes, Charleston is a wonderful setting for a get together. Stowe is one of my favorite places in all of New England. Although Stowe is mainly known as a winter skiing destination, it's also a fantastic 138 place to visit in the summer. Santa Fe, with its Pueblo-Spanish architecture and walkable downtown, is a fantastic place for the girls. If you're looking for a destination where nature is the main attraction, there are few places more beautiful than the San Juan Islands. A quick hop from Seattle via the Victoria Clipper, Victoria has distinctive architecture and exceptional gardens. Newport is one of my favorite New England destinations for a summer getaway. With its coastal beauty, opulent mansions, yachting heritage, and summer music festivals, there's plenty to see and do. 138 travel about an hour south of san jose off 101 and you'll come to the charming town of carmel-by-the-sea. Carmel, for short, was once a bohemian haven for writers, artists, actors and photographers.