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Where American presidents go on vacation

Cheapism Logo By Mia Taylor of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 13: U.S. presidents certainly have a way of putting a vacation destination on the map, increasing its profile, prestige, and often price through their visits. The Clintons became a regular fixture each summer on Martha's Vineyard during Bill's presidency, the Bush family has a summer home in posh Kennebunkport, Maine, and the Kennedys' sprawling compound in picturesque Hyannis Port is legendary in New England. While most of us will never know what it's like to fly on Air Force One or vacation in a luxurious private compound, that doesn't mean we can't have our own small slice of the presidential good life. To experience a bit of the glamour without spending a small fortune on a vacation, here are a few tips to make such popular destinations slightly more affordable.Stories you might like:35 Great Jobs for RetireesThese Companies That Filed for Bankruptcy Also Awarded Their CEOs Huge Bonuses

Vacation Like a World Leader

U.S. presidents certainly have a way of putting a vacation destination on the map, increasing its profile, prestige, and often price through their visits. The Clintons became a regular fixture each summer on Martha's Vineyard during Bill's presidency, the Bush family has a summer home in posh Kennebunkport, Maine, and the Kennedys' sprawling compound in picturesque Hyannis Port is legendary in New England. While most of us will never know what it's like to fly on Air Force One or vacation in a luxurious private compound, that doesn't mean we can't have our own small slice of the presidential good life. To experience a bit of the glamour without spending a small fortune on a vacation, here are a few tips to make such popular destinations slightly more affordable.

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