The Fabulous Winter Getaways of 6 Presidents

Sometimes Camp David just isn't far enough away enough from Washington.
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Sometimes Camp David just isn't far enough away enough from Washington, so a "Winter White House" is in order. 
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Kailua Bay, Hawaii After growing up in Hawaii, heading to the islands is well justified for President Obama, who spent several winter holidays with his family at the five-star . We're guessing that the White House press corps will miss this sweet assignment when Obama leaves office.
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Vail, Colorado Two years after first visiting Vail as a Congress member in 1968, Ford borrowed $50,000 from his children's life insurance policy to buy a condominium at the Lodge at Vail, according to the . 
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Key Biscayne, Florida Dubbed the "Florida White House," Nixon visited his Key Biscayne home more than 50 times while in office, and he reportedly hid out there as the Watergate scandal was developing, .
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Palm Beach, Florida La Guerida, the Kennedy clan's Palm Beach compound, served as  JFK's "Winter White House" and it is . 
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Augusta, Georgia An Augusta National Golf Club member, the president stayed on the grounds of the club in when he was in town, and he insisted that other members use it when he was away. 
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Harry S. Truman
Key West, Florida President Truman made his first of 11 visits to what what is now known as the "Truman Little White House" in 1946. The property now serves as a museum and retreat.
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