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Here Comes the Spring Breakers!

22 January, 2014: When it comes to Spring Break, most college students have only one place in mind - the Daytona Beach. Touted as the Spring Break Capital of the World, the Daytona Beach boasts of miles of hard-packed sands that allow motor vehicles to drive through. Daytona Beach, however, is more than just its shoreline. 

Daytona Beach is located within the Volusia County. It was once inhabited by the Timucuan Indians as well as the Seminole Indians. It was in 1902, however, that the compact sands of the Daytona Beach caught the eye of automobile and motorcycle racers. Ever since then, Daytona Beach has been a place where tourists flock every year. 

Daytona Beach, however, is more than just compact sands. Not many people know it but there are actually a number of tourist attractions inland. Some of these sites include the The Abbey, the Tarragona Tower, the Daytona 500 Experience, the White Hall, the Howard Thurman House, the Ocean Center, and the Museum of Arts and Sciences, to name a few. Some of these structures are of great historic significance so history buffs would really enjoy their Spring Break at the Daytona Beach. 

With so many sights to see and so many places to go to, you have to make sure that you book yourself in any of the hotels in Daytona Beach FL. Americas Best Value Inn Daytona Beach is one of these Daytona Beach FL hotels that you might want to consider. 

Belonging to the Americas Best Value Inn chain of hotels and inns, the Americas Best Value Inn Daytona Beach welcomes guests with such amenities as access to the seasonal outdoor pool, use of the ice machine as well as the fax and copy machines, and use of high-speed Internet connection. Guests can also take advantage of the lounges and restaurants nearby. 

For more information about Americas Best Value Inn Daytona Beach, head to http://www.indembsudan.com/60643/28.htm . 

Americas Best Value Inn Daytona Beach, FL
1400 N. Atlantic Avenue Daytona Beach, FL 32118

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