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The online advice covers situations when hyperactive young people in your resort hotel make ear-splitting noise at 3 am. It says don’t get mad, just politely ask them to quiet down.

Then, the report predicts, they’ll comply and be all quiet, sober, friendly and respectful to mature you. This may have been possible a couple of generations ago, but don’t expect it today. The kids now are there to have fun, and are sure to ignore old codgers griping at them.

If you have upcoming travel plans to visit cities notorious for spring break mobs of youngsters, the best thing to do is change them. Do some online research to see if you’ll be in popular party locations, such as Las Vegas, Miami Beach, Padre Island and other destinations for youngsters. Simply make other schedules and fondly remember you were young once. www.usatoday.com/story/travel/advice/2019/03/01/spring-break

 
 
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