Instead of gathering at someone’s home this Thanksgiving, make plans for a destination Thanksgiving getaway that the entire family will enjoy.
It may be a holiday but the roads are filling up as millions of Americans head home after traveling for the long Labor Day weekend.
Metro is running on a Saturday schedule for the Fourth of July holiday, but will add trains in the afternoon and evening to help accommodate crowds going to see the fireworks.
If you’re planning to hit the road for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, you’re not alone. A record number of people will be traveling this year.
If you’re visiting family and friends or just going home for the holidays, you’re not alone. Record crowds are expected to be traveling over the end of year holiday period.
From shipping your luggage to taking public transportation to the airport, we’ve assembled a few of our favorite tips for saving money on holiday travel. You don’t have to waste your whole holiday budget on getting home this year!
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Travelers who took the roads to get home see some unexpected gas prices.
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Storms are already backing up airports, train stations and roads.
Thanksgiving is this week and it turns out more Marylanders will celebrate at home. AAA just released its travel forecast for the holiday.
The following are five tips for traveling during Thanksgiving weekend that will make your life easier.