With Travel Back, Here’s Where We’re Heading
We first saw signs of a return to something resembling 'normal' in this COVID-19 world over the Memorial Day weekend when more than 37 million Americans took to the road for a trip of more than 50 miles, marking a 60 percent increase from the same time last year.
Now with the Fourth of July rapidly approaching, we're once again looking to pack our bags and get away.
Making that travel possible for a lot of Americans are improving health conditions and vaccination rates, as well as one intended positive from the pandemic - the ability to save more money over the last year. That's allowing travelers to spend an average of $2,100 on a trip this Summer.
So what's on our travel bucket list?