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Now, I know that not everyone in Tallahassee can leave for spring break. Some of us have jobs, no car, no money, or maybe even no will power to leave. The city that is usually completely jammed pack with people seems to become a ghost town. So now what are you going to do?
Here’s some ideas:
For dinner, go to Chick-Fil-A college night. I know what your thinking, it’s nothing different Chick-Fil-A always has college night, BUT this time there are no lines.
Drive down the giant hill on Monticello. I’m not necessarily saying speed down it, but it’ll probably be fun. If you go the back way to Chick-Fil-A you’ll definitely be going down or up this hill.
Try going to the mall. For once, you’ll be able to get into Forever 21 (or any store) without waiting in a 20 minute checkout line. You might even be able to actually look around.
Take a day long trip to Bear Paw. It isn’t too far away and it’s a good way to relax. Just get your rental tube, hop into the river, and float on. Plus, it is a nice way to get a sun tan too. If you’re not willing to take the trip there than just go to any pool in Tallahassee. Like I said, it’s a ghost town so there will not be any crowds to fight.
If you’re really that bored, catch up on some school work. Sometimes nothing is more relaxing than being less stressed during the actual school week.
I’m not sure what everyone is dying to do for spring break in Tallahassee but just incase, there is a small list to get you thinking on what to do. Ultimately whatever you end up doing is your choice, but either way almost 98% of what you want to do will be a lot easier. Without the huge crowds of families or students, that can easily be the vacation you needed.
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