The 10 trashiest U.S. cities for Spring Break (and Florida is home to five of them)
TOP TEN U.S TRASHIEST SPRING BREAK DESTINATIONS
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It has been my experience that Key West has earned it's title, based on Neal Lynch's explanation of what he meant by "Trashiness".
I know that spring break is just a few weeks away and if this year is anything like the past few years it is going to be a fun time again in Key West. I think it is the laid back vibe of accepting of people that makes Key West so popular with the spring breakers. It is OK to party, it is OK to act a little crazy, it OK to drink (providing you are old enough), and it is OK to just have a great time down here. I guess what I am really saying is that for a lot of us here in Key West that haven't gotten "too old", spring break is still a fun time that most of us enjoyed in our college days and a tradition that should be enjoyed by the kids today.
The attraction to Key West, at least in my interaction with the breakers has been on of mutual respect and the ability to have as much fun as they are. 2012 is nearly upon us and as for me I can only say "Bring it on", let the party begin. ;o)