Taking Off: Travel Trends

Everyone loves vacations whether it’s exploring a remote locale, or sitting poolside enjoying a cool drink. Unfortunately, the 2007 recession brought a halt to many American’s vacation plans.

While fewer Americans are taking vacations, www.besthospitalitydegrees.com has created an infographic entitled “Taking Off: Travel Trends in 2013” detailing the destinations, planning, and habits of those individuals who will be traveling this year.

Travel Trends

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