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Image via: Autorentals.com $300/day car rentals? Is this real? In some extreme cases, yes, this is the current reality. Or, potentially even worse, there are no rental cars available at all. As travel demand continues to rise for Spring Break and Easter weekend, rental car companies are struggling to keep up with demand. Our internal data and analysis
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Over a year into the pandemic, vaccinated Americans are clear to travel around the USA again. The Centers for Disease Control has (finally!) released guidance for Americans ready to travel again after the COVID-19 pandemic. Fully vaccinated travelers are now considered low-risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19. The guidelines are only for domestic travel. See
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Beautiful view of for San Cristobal in San Juan, Puerto Rico. ©Dennis van de Water/Shutterstock 1. Take a Tour of Old San Juan  While Castillo San Felipe del Morro is closed until further notice, there are still plenty of interesting things to do in Old San Juan, whether you decide to go solo with one
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On a recent road trip with my family from Pensacola, Florida, west along Interstate-10 through Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, I got a taste of all I’ve been missing out on in the Gulf Coast. I’m pretty sure this stretch of Interstate-10 and the backroads branching off make for the the most underrated road trip in
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With so many spectacular national parks in Utah, its state parks are often overlooked. But don’t sleep on them, Utah is one of the most beautiful states in America!To help you in your quest to visit these under-appreciated areas, we’ve gathered basic itineraries for three road trips that take you to 11 of Utah’s best state
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​Drewski Mac, Flickr creative commons license Indiana Dunes National Park. Photo by: Drewski Mac Travel in the Midwest can be filled with natural beauty, manmade adventure, and once in a lifetime opportunities all highlighted with the incomparable hospitality for which the Midwest is known. Safe travels! Outside exploration close to home became a popular alternative
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Virginia is the USA’s 5th biggest wine producer, here are our recommended wineries! The year 2020 has held some major ups and downs for me, but there is one wonderful milestone it has witnessed. It seems appropriate that in October, otherwise known as Virginia Wine Month, I finally hit my goal of visiting100 Virginia wineries
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​In an effort to make traveling easier, United Airlines has developed an interactive map tool that allows customers to filter and view destinations’ COVID-19-related travel restrictions in the US. In an effort to make traveling easier, United Airlines has developed an interactive map tool that allows customers to filter and view destinations’ COVID-19-related travel restrictions
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Make sure your car is road trip ready by getting it serviced by a mechanic © Getty Images With the chance to enjoy scenic highways, jaw-dropping national and state parks, cool small towns, and mid-size cities, the ‘great American road trip’ is one of our favorite warm-weather rituals. Are you ready? Not so fast. More
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Lake Powell in Arizona is one of the best lakes in the US for recreation © Gleb Tarro / Getty Images The United States has a ton of great recreational lakes around the country, that provide opportunities for all different types of activities. Here are 10 of the best lakes for recreation. As always, prior
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Laura Brown, Budget Travel. Going-To-The-Sun Road in Glacier National Park is easily one of the most scenic drives in the USA © Laura Brown / Budget Travel ​America has some of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth, and there are plenty of scenic drives around the country that show off dramatic landscapes and dreamy sunsets.
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Those who choose to go during COVID will see an entirely different side of Disney… an intimate one. With little to no lines and entire rows to yourself on rides, it’s the exact opposite of the Disney experience we’ve come to know. Disney closed at the start of the COVID-19 quarantine, laying off 32,000 employees
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​​Feeling the urge to embark on a socially distanced road trip or book a staycation closer to home this spring? You’re not alone. According to a recent study by vacation rental search engine HomeToGo, bookings are up by 46% compared to last year, with travelers opting to stay within 257 miles of home. Hotels and
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How one pie shop is fighting to survive the pandemic. When Sarah Joe Montana Chavez first visited Pie Town, New Mexico, on family vacations, three pie restaurants were open for business in the small high-desert town. The town’s love of pie was signified by the summertime Pie Town Pie Festival. Pie Town’s appeal was was
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