…Obviously, if you can, a non-working vacation is the way to go. You will have all of the fun, none of the obligations. But yes, if money is an object, then this kind of travel might just be right for you. While we did not live frugally during that week (in fact I’d estimate we spent ~$100 each of the 3 days, with an extra ~$50 on travel days) this still adds up to a five day vacation for less than $500.
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