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which area in late March for mom + teenagers?

St. Louis, MO
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which area in late March for mom + teenagers?

We are looking for a lovely beach w/o spring break madness. I started looking at Naples/Ft. Myers Beach but this area sounded much better. Any advice would be welcome! Is it too cold for the beach at this time? Also, any recs. for places to stay -- prefer a kitchenette, and two bedrooms. Thanks to all in advance.

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1. Re: which area in late March for mom + teenagers?

you will love AMI

do a bit of reading here on the forums. you will find everything you are looking for! everyone here is super helpful.

good luck and most of all, enjoy your stay in paradise

we have til april4th....cant wait!

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2. Re: which area in late March for mom + teenagers?

You'll find other families like yours on AMI but no Spring Break scene; you'll love it. I'm sure a local AMI expert will chime in soon with some recommendations. My own suggestion would be to grab the first one they suggest as quickly as you can. Places are already crowded and there's likely to be very little space available.

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3. Re: which area in late March for mom + teenagers?

I agree, you cant be too picky during spring break, you will be fortunate to find a place at this late date so when you do, book it.

Take a look at Mike Norman Realty for houses or La Costa for condo's or Tortuga Resort.

We are all looking forward to some warm weather and it should be nice by then, warm and sunny.

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