Research shows that more than 10 million RVs or motorhomes owned by US families sit unused for a good amount of time each year. Owners spend large amounts of money on storage and parking fees, taxes, and depreciation of the vehicle as time passes. Many have turned to RV rentals as a side hustle to earn extra money to cover the costs of ownership. This is especially so with the domestic travel industry enjoying a surge in demand for these vehicles during the Coronavirus pandemic, as travelers look for RV rentals by owner. Continue reading What You Need To Know Before Renting Out Your RV
The pandemic has shown us some new ways of living. From working from home to online education and even vacationing in unique ways — there were both ups and downsides of this global crisis! The fear of stepping outdoors and getting infected kept people from holidaying at faraway locations, and that is how the concept of a staycation became popular. Instead of traveling too far from your home, you select a location nearby your house for a visit — and these staycations can be both with or without your family. It goes without saying that since the destination is nearby, it is comparatively safer to travel.
I don’t know about you, but I had a pretty decent summer. That would be, of course, especially compared to last summer. I hope everyone is able to get away from home this weekend, even if it is just to go to the park, or to spend an hour or two on a very beautiful and peaceful beach. Whatever you do, take some time for yourself and appreciate all the good things you have in life.
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It’s safe to say that last summer was completely strange. We will surely remember the 2020 summer season for social distancing, lockdowns, and feelings of anxiety. Fortunately, this summer is completely different. As more and more people are getting vaccinated, more countries are beginning to open their borders to foreigners, coffee shops and restaurants are reopening, and it seems that life is slowly going back to normal. Whether you have caught the travel bug after a year spent at home or you just want to spend time with your family, go out with your friends and have some good, old fun, here are several ways you can spend this summer.
Atlantic City has long been a popular option for New York City residents seeking a different kind of night out, or even a weekend away. As you might expect, this sort of activity more or less came to a halt during the worst of the pandemic in 2020. Now, however, we’re seeing a little bit of a tourism push from Atlantic City — and it appears to be working. A May article on NorthJersey.com offered a number of positive indicators regarding tourists returning to Atlantic City, and activity returning to the area’s casino resorts specifically.
It’s a lot of fun to know that this option is back on the table, and we figured now is as good a time as any to offer tips to New Yorkers who want to make the trip. Here are a few things to know if you’re eyeing a night out (or weekend away) in Atlantic City.