As the numbing cold of winter approaches, there is perhaps no sight as warming as seeing those who truly deserve it frolicking in perfectly manicured sand, eating the most sumptuous of meals, and generally enjoying all the cold-weather perks of the rich and famous.But for every island known for the most elaborate and distinctive -- and therefore, most expensive -- accommodations, there is an affordable way to enjoy similar delights, which, while not quite as pampering, can give you the sense of what it's like to be that luckiest of creatures -- a celebrity in winter. Here are some favorite celebrity haunts and ways to get a taste of the A-list life. (Note: Prices vary depending on time of year and type of accommodations. Prices cited are samples, and don't include taxes, gratuities, etc. Be sure to check before booking.)Park City, UtahCelebs spotted: Larry David, Dustin Hoffman, Rosie Perez, Jane Fonda, Bruce Springsteen and John Travolta.Celeb version: Civilians flock to annual events...
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