I am back! I had to take a few weeks off because I was getting behind in work but since the year is ending my plate is a lot less full 🙂 I am over the moon happy to be able to post again and I cannot wait to show all of my followers the new posts I have planned. Before starting the post I would like to thank each and everyone one of my followers for sticking with my blog even though I was not posting 🙂
I thought since summer is only a few weeks away it would be a great time to start my summer posts. I know in my house we have already started figuring out our summer plans; so I thought it would be a great idea to share with you “The best inexpensive summer vacations”
The selection of vacations I am sharing with you today proves that you don’t need to spend a lot of money to have a great Summer 🙂 (click the name of the place to be taken to a site where you can browse the details, this only works on the first 6)
AVG Weekly Rate: $793
If you are fisherman, birdwatcher or stargazer then Chincoteague should be at the top of your vacation bucket list
AVG Weekly Rate: $912
Ormond Beach’s clean, uncrowded oceanfront features white sand, well-trained lifeguards and regular dolphin sightings that is family friendly and guaranteed to have you relaxing!
AVG Weekly Rate: $932
This is the perfect spot to vacation – Located just several miles up the coast from Ormond, Flagler Beach boasts excellent fishing and equally beautiful views of the Atlantic.
AVG Weekly Rate: $948
If boardwalk fishing or putt-putt golf comes to mind when you picture a traditional beach vacation, mix things up with a trip to this decidedly unique spot on the Big Island. All fired up after hearing about this trip? Well you feel nothing yet because you can Try a Hot Lava Hike over crackling terrain and into the jungle.
AVG Weekly Rate: $1,240
There’s a reason so many North Carolinians own beach homes in Nags Head: it’s the essence of the Outer Banks. The beautiful beaches, the friendly folk, and the delicious food all make for a great vacation 🙂
AVG Weekly Rate: $1,247
The quintessential Maine vacation begins in Bar Harbor. The lobster rolls, sailboats and craggy cliffs of Acadia National Park are all here, but pictures don’t do justice to the spectacular landscape.
I found these vacation ideas on trip advisor
These next ideas are found on abcnews.go.com
7 . Dublin
The Emerald Isle had been Europe’s cheap spot for years but it would be worth a visit no matter how much it cost. Sample June fare: Seattle – Dublin, $577.
8. Hong Kong
Take in the view from The Peak and don’t miss the Temple Street Night Market; don’t worry about shopping, prices have been dropping to the Asia hotspot. Sample June fare: San Francisco – Seattle, $519.
In the past couple of years, prices to London have come way down but who knows how long this will last? So make sure you don’t miss out on this great opportunity! Go. Sample June fare: Boston – London, $340.
The Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Élysées. At these prices, what are you waiting for? Sample June fare: Newark – Paris, $380.
11. Puerto Rico
The lovely and feisty island wants you to know, they are back! The island was hit by two powerful and deadly hurricanes last year, but Puerto Rico has seen widespread but gradual recovery. Come enjoy beautiful Caribbean beaches, gorgeous natural wonders, splendid hotels, shops and restaurants and so much more. Sample June fare: Chicago – San Juan, P.R. $255
Thank you so much for reading todays post! If you have any questions leave a comment below and I will respond. Also, if you are new to my blog and enjoy my content then follow it because I have so many more summer posts coming up 🙂 If you have any requests for posts you would like me to do then comment them below and I will be sure to do them!
Have a great day!
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