As Memorial Day arrives, discussion undoubtedly turns to vacations, more specifically where to go and what to do.
Of course, the amount of money you have to spend says a lot about the decision you ultimately will make but one of the more popular and less expensive alternatives this summer is hitting the beach in stride somewhere within the United States.
Naturally, a lot besides money plays into your decision making such as kids, summer vacation, distance and whether hotels are available and if you want to rent a vehicle as well.
For those who decide on the beach first and worry about the other details later, you're in good luck. There are plenty of beaches in the states that are nothing short of spectacular, the kind of destinations that make you want to either go back every year or think about perhaps parking there for good when retirement arrives.
The key to a great beach is equal parts serenity and tranquility. Nothing derails a beach trip more than either being overcrowded or overly commercial. The latter can be found at popular spots ironically such as Ocean City, Maryland, Atlantic City or even spots such as Myrtle Beach.
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