Spring Break on a national level

SAN DIEGO:Whether hanging out in high-end La Jolla, taking advantage of the world-famous surf scene or attending the 27th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 17, there are plenty of options in San Diego.

La Quinta Inn, Mission Valley $119/night.

Radisson Hotel $139/night


Several activity ideas include a trip to the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, said to be haunted by Marilyn Monroe, shopping at Fredericks of Hollywood or in the Melrose area, or sightseeing on Hollywood Boulevard.

Ramada Plaza – West Hollywood$139/night

Valadon Hotel – West Hollywood$149/night


From a wide array of bars, including the new Edison Lounge with floating bulbs, to the famous shopping scene in Beverly Hills and Malibu, L. A. is the place to go if you’ve got a handful of cash with nothing to spend it on in Texas.

Comfort Inn – LA Universal$129/night

Beverly Pavilion Hotel – Beverly Hills$131.75/night

Hotel Angeleno, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel$189/night


Attractions include Sea World Orlando, Universal Orlando Resort and Walt Disney World Resort, in addition to numerous art, theater, film and special interest exhibits going on all over the city.

Comfort Suites:$109 – $149.99/nightLa Quinta Airport: $109/nightHampton Inn and Suites: $169/nightLas Vegas, NEVADA: Celine Dion, Willie Nelson, Barry Manilow and the Playboy comedy are just some of the big-name performances that are scheduled for Spring Break. Not to mention the infinite supply of Casinos, resorts and nightclubs.

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino: $99-$199/nightMonte Carlo Resort and Casino: $109.95 – $129.95/nightLuxor Hotel and Casino: $139/night

“It’s the only place in the world where you can gamble by the pool, get drunk off of free booze, watch California women and cry because you lost all of your money at the same time.”- Senior Shawn Farrell

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