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by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Aug 1st 2011 06:00 PM
Continue ReadingErin Michelle Joynt was calmly sitting on the beach in Daytona Beach, Florida Sunday when a Beach Patrol pickup ran her over.
by Lark Gould. Posted Feb 22nd 2011 01:00 PM
by Chanize Thorpe. Posted Jan 24th 2011 04:45 PM
Continue ReadingIt's simple math: warm climate + cheap hotels = an optimum spring break location. And every March and April, beach towns around the U.S., Caribbean and Mexico that fit the equation are flooded with students looking to let off some steam. If an alcohol-fueled fest isn't your idea of fun, here's where to go -- and where to avoid.
by Gerard Walen. Posted Jan 10th 2011 11:14 AM
Continue ReadingDaytona Beach and spring break go back a long way. The college kids heading there this year may be shaking the same sand off their flip-flops that their grandparents once kicked around on their spring breaks. Myriad reasons keep bringing students back year after year for a Daytona Beach spring break – mainly sun, sand, water and fun!
by Debi Lander. Posted Oct 21st 2010 04:19 PM
Continue ReadingDaytona's connection to speed, NASCAR, and motorcycles, jumpstarts the city into action. Even if you're not a race enthusiast, drive over to the International Speedway to immerse yourself in the Daytona 500 Experience. The amusement-park-like attraction includes interactive racing simulators and games, video presentations, a museum and current day vehicles. You can test your ability to change a tire as fast as the pit crew, and tour the highly banked raceway. Those that are more daring might try an adventure activity in Daytona Beach from the list below:
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