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Hi

Are these sentences equally natural?

Let's spend a day or two at the beach.

Let's spend a day or two on the beach.

Thanks,

Tom
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To me, the first means that you are suggesting a vacation at the beach. Getting a house there, going to the beach in, say, the morning and afternoon and for a walk after supper.

The latter, "on the beach", means you are suggesting a day or two sitting on the sand.
Many thanks, Tennysonm, and WELCOME to EnglishForward.

May I know if you are a native speaker of English?

Tom