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Best places to travel in the US/Canada in June? (criteria included)

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Hello everyone--My husband's boss strongly hinted that June would be the best time for a vacation this year based on the timelines of their projects. We are kind of stumped about where to go. I like international trips but we went to Japan last October and I am still recovering. hehe So here is what we want the most (we live in the Seattle area, so it's usually not quite summer in June):

Nice places to go swimming, including swimming pools and/or bodies of water.

Sunny. No rain. Good scenery. Relaxing ambience.

Not *too* hot-- I guess I'd say "too hot" would be daytime temperatures of 90 degrees or more.

Have at least some (if not a ton of) interesting local culture and good moderately priced restaurants.

Nice parks and/or walking paths to stroll around.

Ideas?

Thanks to anyone who reads this!

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