CLOSE As the end of the summer rears its ugly head, and you get ready to celebrate Labor day, we have a few destinations for those travelers looking to make a last-minute getaway before the beginning of fall. So strap in and grab a drink, to prepare yourself for a little relaxation. As Labor Day brought the close of an unusually quiet tourism season, beaches across the United States drew major crowds, mostly unhindered by threats of the coronavirus pandemic and heat waves in some parts of the country. Many of the nation’s most popular beaches in Florida, California and on the Jersey Shore saw high traffic over the weekend and through Monday, while others, such as some in Hawaii, shut down to get ahead of visitors potentially spreading the virus. As of Monday, the U.S. continued to lead the world with the most coronavirus cases: more than 6.2 million total cases and nearly 189,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins data. Daytona Beach, FloridaLabor Day weekend in Daytona Beach kicked off with sunny skies, not a cloud in sight, temperatures in the low 90s and lines of lifted trucks waiting to drive on what’s billed as the World’s Most Famous Beach. By 10 a.m. Saturday, the beaches were

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