Destin Florida’s summer is the longest and the most extreme of any state, and while it is not as intense as the winter, it is the most intense.
The heat has been the most destructive for the state’s tourism industry, with hotels and resorts closing in droves.
That’s led to a steep decline in vacation-card usage in the state, with one of the highest drop-off rates in the country, according to a study released in December by the Florida Department of Tourism.
But the state still has plenty of attractions to visit.
Here are the top 10 hottest destinations in Florida.
The Great Outdoors of Florida, Daytona Beach, Fla.
The most popular destination on the Sunshine State’s most popular vacation island, Daytona, is in the midst of a severe summer.
The beach town, located about 20 miles (32 kilometers) north of Orlando, was a destination for tourists during the summer months of May and June.
But now the town’s economy has been hit hard.
The Florida Department in November declared the beach a no-go zone, barring anyone from entering.
The department also banned people from staying more than 15 minutes from beaches and bars, and from entering the waters from shore.
The resort’s management has been under scrutiny by local politicians and the public.
They say the resort is violating local laws.
The Pinnacle Beach Resort, Miami Beach, Florida The Pinnacles is the second most popular resort on the beach in Florida, and the town has been undergoing a serious transformation.
In the past few months, the resort has changed its name to The Pineapple Express and the resort’s new name, The Beach Resort.
But there’s one major difference: The Pines resort is still in operation, with the same staff.
That has made the town an appealing destination for those who want to get away for a week or two and experience the outdoors.
The resorts owner, Bill Siegel, says he has no regrets.
“People want to see nature, and they want to enjoy nature,” he told ABC News.
“The Pinnies has a unique and unique view, and that’s a great place to do it.”
The Blue Ridge Mountains, Greensboro, N.C. Located at the end of the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Blue Mountains are among the most spectacular mountains in the South.
They are known for their white sand beaches, crystal clear blue sky and majestic mountain ranges.
But with the heat of summer, the mountains have been experiencing significant damage.
In April, the tourism office in the town of Greenville, North Carolina, shut down for six days.
The city of Greensboro says the number of visitors has declined by about 70 percent.
The town’s mayor, David Folsom, says it is “unfortunate” the resort closed, but he believes the town could have saved money by hiring a contractor.
He says the resort would have been able to maintain the area and provide visitors with a more comfortable experience.
Boca Raton, Fla., The Boca Hot Springs, a spa and hotel chain with nearly 100 locations in the U.S., is one of Florida’s top tourist attractions.
With temperatures in the high 80s during the winter months, many of the resorts’ staffs were forced to wear protective gear.
But after the resort reopened, the temperature dropped and the spa stayed open, despite the heat.
And the Boca Hotel opened its doors to visitors again on June 28.
But Boca has been dealing with heat waves for weeks.
The hotel is closed on Sundays.
On July 2, the city of Boca reported the resort to the Florida Health Department for not having a valid heat-insurance policy, according the Palm Beach Post.
The Hot Springs are the latest resort to close after temperatures exceeded 100 degrees Fahrenheit for two consecutive days.
Cancun, Mexico City, Mexico The hottest cities in Mexico are in Cancún.
The country’s capital, with a population of about 8 million, is home to a resort where temperatures reach 80 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer.
But during the hottest month of July, the Cancucu City Hall saw temperatures as high as 103 degrees Fahrenheit.
There have been no reports of people dying or missing, but there has been an increase in the number for the coronavirus.
The Cancuris mayor, Luis Martínez, said that he has ordered his staff to wear more protective gear to help avoid overheating.
“I am very afraid that the situation will worsen because the heat has reached that point,” MartíNEZ told the newspaper El Universal.
“If you don’t have heat protection, you are going to die.”
Orlando, Fla.-based Magic Kingdom, Orlando, Florida, the second largest resort in Florida and the theme park’s second largest employer, has been forced to shutter its Florida operations for three days because of the heat wave. On