Top 10 Spring Break destinations for 2007!!

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  1. EngineerGuy

    EngineerGuy I can choose my own title Registered Member

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    This is a list of the top 10 locations for spring break this year, as of the number of people booked so far, and the locations booked by most student travel providers.........................

    1. Cancun
    2. Rosarito Beach, Baja
    3. Acapluco
    4. Daytona Beach/Panama City Beach florida
    5. South Padre Island, Texas
    6. Negril, Jamaica
    7. North American Ski resorts
    8. Bahamas
    9. Puerto Vallarta
    10.Miama/South Beach

    Well there you have it, top 10 list of destinations by popularity for this years spring break!! Looking good for cancun once again!!
     
  2. DConCT

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    I wonder why they put Daytona/Panama City together. They are totally unrelated.

    They must really be hurting, and probably wouldn't have made the list on their own.

    Oh well, rock on Cancun!
     
  3. EngineerGuy

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    daytona is really hurting! PCB is doing just fine although MtvU just backed out of doing their shows there again this year, so, I dont know why they linked them together, but............... Cancun is back on top this year. Im loving it!
     
  4. whdream

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    Maybe they are tied?



     
  5. EngineerGuy

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    hard to believe, but you could be right dream! Daytona has gone so bad down hill that I havent even heard of anyone booking to go there! PCB has long been the number 1 location in the USA for awhile, but south padre is closing in on that as well!
     
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    DO NOT go to Rosarito Beach. I went there last year. The place is really run down and it looks like where all the thugs go for Spring Break. The male to female ratio was like 15 to 1. We had a 4day/3night package but left after just one night. We spent the rest of our spring break in San Deigo which was awesome in comparison.
     
  7. Klaw

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    I've been to Rosarito Beach a few times.

    It can be a nice getaway for a few days but I never really thought of it as a Spring Break destination. It wasn't anywhere near SB when I was there though so it could be totally different then. Apparently it is if it's rated number 2.

    And San Diego is awesome...my favorite city in th continental US!!!
     
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    hw711 Moderator/Dance Machine Registered Member

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    Yeah, San Deigo is great. Downtown is totally clean. Weather is great. People are fit and good looking. I could be wrong but I didn't notice much party action outside of gaslamp district so that's the only negative I can think of.

    It's tough to pick which is my favorite continental US city. San Diego, Miami, and LA are all up there.
     
  9. Klaw

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    Considering all the bars there are in the Gaslamp District it's not a huge negative.
     
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    san diego is amazing! loved it there!!
     
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