The start of summer means vacation -- and Wall Street is no exception. Bankers trade in their high-powered suits for shorts and flip flops. So where will bankers choose to cool off as the temperatures in lower Manhattan heat up? Many Wall Streeters will ditch the hot streets of Manhattan for Montauk in the Hamptons, where there are plenty of shops, restaurants and nightlife parties to keep any trader's credit card busy. You'll also find bankers in Hudson Valley, perhaps rubbing elbows with the Obamas at one of their favorite restaurants. Many will also choose to vacation at the Jersey Shore, where traders choose accommodations far from those of Snooki and Pauly D. Brittany Umar reports from Wall Street.

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