Spring break ideas that won’t break the bank

Posted by on May 13, 2012

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Spring break is the perfect time for kids and parents to bond. Unfortunately there are some people who don’t have the money to travel to some unique places and there are some places that are too expensive.

There are many places that would help you stick to your budget. One of the places where you can go is Las Vegas. This place is not only for gambling. In fact this Sin City offers great weather where you can do all sorts of cheap activities. There are some accommodations that offer cheap deals especially during the weekdays. There are also buffets that are cheap and you can get enough food that will last you all throughout the day. You can also find tickets where you can watch shows, to ensure your holiday remains cheap, be sure to visit expedia.co.uk for great deals on flights and hotels

Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas, Nevada

Another wonderful sunny destination is Phoenix which is wonderful. Spring is the perfect time to visit the Arizona desert. There is baseball training that you can watch for the entire month. The tickets for the games are very cheap and something that wouldn’t put a hole in your pocket. There are also state parks within the vicinity which offers hiking and camping. Although lodging can be quite expensive during spring, it is suggested to book a hotel outside the city.

Definitely Denver is a capital city for spring break. The place is offering a lot of sun and quite a number of affordable activities. Make sure that you pack all sorts of clothing because the weather can be unpredictable. There are some museums with no entrance fee like the Denver Art Museum.  Another worthwhile activity is joining a tour in Denver Mint, however you need to make reservations in advance. If you will be traveling with kids, you might want to check out the Children’s museum and the Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls, and Toys.

You can also drive around the scenic route to get the real taste of vacations. There are picturesque towns that are waiting. Another idea is to visit Minneapolis. There are thousands of lakes in the area where you can do lots of activities from walking to running. There are also free activities like seeing the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. There are also some preserved housings with great architecture. You can also find the biggest mall in the area that you can enjoy with the children. These are some ideas that are great if you have a small budget.

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