The spring breakers, at least the rowdy kind, have been gone from Daytona Beach for some time, an intentional move by city fathers who didn’t like the tarnished image the college scene left behind. In its place came a destination marketing focus on family vacationers (you can still drive on some of the 23 miles of sandy, white beaches from sunrise to sunset), as well as on activities that center around the Daytona International Speedway, home to the Daytona 500 and other ...

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