The idea of Spring break is to get away from the strain of school|without putting a strain on that student budget.
Matt Colacino, Student, says, "We got a pretty good deal. We're looking about eight hundred for three of us. I don't have a huge budget."
But even the broke can catch a break. At least if you're on the ball enough to make a few sacrifices and use your imagination.
For example, when it comes to travel|.substitute flying for car-pooling. The journey can be part of the adventure.
And when you reach your destination, head for the nearest happy hour. Not for the booze|for the food. Ask the locals where the best happy hour buffets are to be found.
And make your meals. Rent a room that includes a kitchen. And lest you think that's outside your price range, listen to this|
"Twenty-two dollars a day, 2 days cost you $44, three days 66|"
That's right: $22 a day. Only this beach front hotel with kitchen isn't a hotel. It's a youth hostel. Your 20 bucks buys you a bunk in a dorm like setting. But for Spring beakers, this particular hostel may seem|well|hostel. Because there's no drinking, no partying| and definitely no fraternizing.
"No, that's no good. That's gone. That's out of the question right there. Forget it."
Like I said|there may be sacrifices involved.
And by the way, most of these tips apply to anyone who travels|you don't have to be a Spring chicken.
Even the hostels I called said they welcome travelers of all ages|.if you can stand the noise, they'll take you. Want more ideas to save on Spring break?
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