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GlobeQuest Timeshare Highlights Incredible U.S. Destinations to Travel to this Spring

GlobeQuest Timeshare, a worldwide leader in vacation ownership, features its top picks for sunny vacations in the U.S. this spring.

MIAMI, March 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Spring marks a time when vacationers start to think about warmer weather. Globe Quest Timeshare knows that winter hit hard this year, and many of its members are longing to feel the warmth of sunshine. GlobeQuest Timeshare has listed its top three vacation spots for those seeking the sun in spring this year.

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OAHU, HAWAII

The allure of sandy beaches, luaus, tropical fruits and the slow-paced island life are what makes Oahu a natural choice for a major dose of vitamin D. Hawaii, of course, it is popular for many things; visitors are guaranteed to find something they enjoy on the islands no matter what their tastes are.

Visitors are encouraged to take in some of the Native traditions such as a luau, or watching the exotic Hawaiian dancing and music. Another "must do" is taking a walk around historic Honolulu. There is much history to explore and the sights are awe-inspiring. Globe Quest Timeshare knows that mixing in sightseeing as well as beach lounging and water sports will make this destination an easy choice.

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

Southern California has so much to offer visitors. It features a plethora of activity and entertainment opportunities for the whole family. San Diego has world-class museums, the San Diego Zoo, Sea World and a Safari Park; not to mention the amusement parks. Its close proximity to both Mexico and Los Angeles make San Diego seem even more jam-packed with things to do.

A natural choice for relaxing on the beach, surfing and kayaking, a vacation in San Diego is sure to please everyone. GlobeQuest Timeshare suggests vacationers take in some of the museums in the area as well as the other activities. The Air and Space Museum is one of the popular themed museums that San Diego has to offer.

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA

This beach town has long been a favorite among college students for a Spring Break getaway. Shopping, dining, and nightlife combined with fantastic beaches and water sports put this on the map as the place to be this Spring Break. For those not into the party scene, Fort Lauderdale has other fun and interesting things to do as well-air boat everglades tours, indoor surfing, alligator tours and deep sea fishing tours.

Globe Quest Timeshare is sure its members will enjoy whichever destination they choose. For more information on luxurious accommodations at any one of these locals, contact GlobeQuest today.

http://www.globequesttravelclub.com/

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