Are staycations the new vacations? After all, Americans are staying close to home and taking shorter vacations. They did it this summer, and they’ll do it again this Thanksgiving and Christmas, the other two most popular vacation periods.
No two ways about it: 2020 is a lost year for travel.
Regan Johnson and her husband, Scott, forfeited a spring vacation to Hawaii. Then they skipped a weekend trip to Ashland, Ore., to see the Shakespeare Festival. Finally, they reluctantly canceled a tour of Europe scheduled for next month.
“Staying home is not much fun,” says Johnson, a retired receptionist who lives in Davis, Calif.
“How 2020 became the lost year for travel”
How are colleges feeding students during the pandemic? Very carefully.
Colleges and universities have gone to great lengths to protect their students during the pandemic, but there may be no greater worry among students and parents than food safety.
Hotels and vacation rentals have changed since the COVID-19 pandemic. New cleaning procedures and guest restrictions are in effect. So what are the new rules for hotels and vacation rental stays after the pandemic?
It depends on your accommodations. If you’re staying in a hotel, the rules favor you. If you’re in a vacation rental, the rules favor the owner.
“How hotels and vacation rentals have changed since the pandemic”
This could be the summer of the electric vehicle (EV). It was for Michael Rowan, who wanted to save money and energy during the pandemic. And it is for a lot of other drivers, too.
But is it the year of the EV? Have electric vehicles finally arrived — or is this just a fluke?
“Why this could be the summer of the electric vehicle”