When is your Spring Break & what are you doing? - page 3

Mine starts 3/9 @ 3 PM. Not a fun vacay for me, but r&r will be fine. My son is in the school play so there is practice next week and my mother has an angiogram F/U from a brain aneurysm we... Read More

  1. by   ruby_jane
    Quote from AdobeRN
    I carry the wine in a "Playpus PlatyPreserve" bottle made just for keeping wine good to drink on the trail
    I learn SO MUCH from you people!!!
  2. by   ruby_jane
    Quote from Farawyn
    If you head to UNC Chapel Hill or Clemson, let me know. Maybe one of my Kids can give a tour.
    We are not headed that far...Tulane and UT! But thank you so much!
  3. by   aprilmoss
    We only get Friday and Monday off on Easter Weekend. Hardly worth the effort I'll probably still take care of the kids as if it were a longer vacation.
  4. by   iggywench
    Our Spring Break starts tomorrow at 3pm. The kids get out at 11:25, yay! We are headed to Louisiana tomorrow night for "Junior Day" at UL-Lafayette with our son, and to hang out with my parents, then heading back here on Tuesday to rest at home for the remainder of the week. I can't wait!
  5. by   Amethya
    Mine starts next week. My kiddos and I are going camping this weekend with a school event, then I have nothing planned all week, possibly hang out with friends, sleep and maybe go to the Rodeo. That's it. :3
  6. by   lyrern
    Spring break starts in five minutes. We added Friday, the 9th, and Monday, the 19th, to our spring break, which is the 12 through 17. Yep - eleven days!!! I have no real plans, just relaxing.
  7. by   NurseCard
    No plans! Kids are actually getting their Spring Break... it has been cancelled
    a couple of years in the past due to numerous snow days. This year they
    implemented "non traditional days", for the kids to do work at home on
    some of their snow days. That keeps them from having to lose their
    Spring Break or much of their summer break.

    But, no plans for us. I'm workin'. We usually don't do anything during
    Spring Break. We have fall breaks here, and usually go somewhere then.
    We try to take a nice vacation during the summer as well. This year in
    June, I'm planning to take everyone to Gatlinburg for a few days, then
    up to Great Wolf Lodge, my son's favorite place in the whole wide
    world , for a couple of days. That place is HELLA expensive.
  8. by   OldDude
    Quote from NurseCard
    No plans! Kids are actually getting their Spring Break... it has been cancelled
    a couple of years in the past due to numerous snow days. This year they
    implemented "non traditional days", for the kids to do work at home on
    some of their snow days. That keeps them from having to lose their
    Spring Break or much of their summer break.

    But, no plans for us. I'm workin'. We usually don't do anything during
    Spring Break. We have fall breaks here, and usually go somewhere then.
    We try to take a nice vacation during the summer as well. This year in
    June, I'm planning to take everyone to Gatlinburg for a few days, then
    up to Great Wolf Lodge, my son's favorite place in the whole wide
    world , for a couple of days. That place is HELLA expensive.
    Sounds like a plan...Little Lame Lamont!!
  9. by   LikeTheDeadSea
    Waiting to find out how all our snow days will impact spring break before I confirm my plans... was hoping to go somewhere. If not, I'll be calling the oral surgeon every morning to see if any cancellations happened and offer them my wisdom teeth.
  10. by   GdBSN
    Spring break starts at 4:00pm today. Headed to Boston with my grown kids for a history vacation, Boston/Salem. Very excited. I have never traveled the East coast. Looking forward to eating a lot of clam chowder and lobster. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
  11. by   OldDude
    Quote from GdBSN
    Spring break starts at 4:00pm today. Headed to Boston with my grown kids for a history vacation, Boston/Salem. Very excited. I have never traveled the East coast. Looking forward to eating a lot of clam chowder and lobster. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
    I went to Boston 3 years ago with my son's social studies class...we did just about everything the history tours had to offer. Quite impressive and soooo much fun. Walked a lot!! We did a ghost tour and went into the "Cheers" bar. I climbed to the tip top of the Bunker Hill Memorial and got some fantastic photos of Boston; but then I had to come back down! So I challenge you to climb the Bunker Hill Memorial!! Have a great time - we did.
  12. by   ohiobobcat
    My spring break is April 15-22. Looks like I win the prize for latest spring break!

    I have no plans, other than a possible visit to a college in Vermont if my daughter gets accepted. She has applied to 6 schools and we have visited all but that last one.
  13. by   NutmeggeRN
    Quote from GdBSN
    Spring break starts at 4:00pm today. Headed to Boston with my grown kids for a history vacation, Boston/Salem. Very excited. I have never traveled the East coast. Looking forward to eating a lot of clam chowder and lobster. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
    You have to go to the North end and get pastry form Mikes on Hanover St!
    Home of the Cannoli – North End, Harvard Square, Assembly Row – Boston, MA | Mike's Pastry

    If they kids want try a tour of historic Fenway, they run year long I think
    Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Tours

    Quincy Market/Faneuil Hall

    Just a few...Enjoy!! One of my favorite cities!

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