Club Wyndham Offers 15-Night “Travel Bubbles” to Reunite Extended Families This Thanksgiving

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The travel experts at Club Wyndham, the nation’s largest vacation ownership club, are offering a simple way for extended families and friends to gather around a new table this Thanksgiving: travel bubbles, made possible with an extended stay package in an apartment-style suite. These 15-night getaways provide a way for extended families to celebrate together; but first, each immediate family will quarantine for two weeks in their own suite. Travelers can cocoon in a comfortable Club Wyndham suite that feels like home, most with separate bedrooms, fully-equipped kitchens and relaxed living spaces, before reuniting for Thanksgiving dinner with cousins, aunts and grandmothers who have been isolating in their own respective suites.

Club Wyndham’s quar-nucopia package comes complete with a $250 gift card to use towards pre-Thanksgiving must-haves, such as beer and wine delivery, meditation apps to find some Zen ahead of the

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A Quar-nucopia Package: Club Wyndham Offers 15-Night “Travel Bubbles” to Reunite Extended Families This Thanksgiving

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The travel experts at Club Wyndham, the nation’s largest vacation ownership club, are offering a simple way for extended families and friends to gather around a new table this Thanksgiving: travel bubbles, made possible with an extended stay package in an apartment-style suite. These 15-night getaways provide a way for extended families to celebrate together; but first, each immediate family will quarantine for two weeks in their own suite. Travelers can cocoon in a comfortable Club Wyndham suite that feels like home, most with separate bedrooms, fully-equipped kitchens and relaxed living spaces, before reuniting for Thanksgiving dinner with cousins, aunts and grandmothers who have been isolating in their own respective suites.

“We’re offering our quar-nucopia package so that families can reunite and gather at a new destination this holiday.”

Club Wyndham’s quar-nucopia package comes complete with a $250 gift card to

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MEA travel plans for MN families during the pandemic

MEA is already next week – and it’s usually one of the busiest times each year for families taking a trip out of town.

MINNEAPOLIS — In a year that’s anything but normal, add a Minnesota mainstay to the things that aren’t the same: MEA break, which has been a time of trips and travel for many families, is up in the air this October.

“It’s not enough to just go sit in a hotel room,” said Maria Anderson, co-owner of Escape With Us Vacations in St. Paul. “Families want to experience the destination.”

The destination for many in Minnesota is Minnesota, with people who don’t want to fly or go far from home. 

And they are looking for local getaways! 

Resorts across the state report full or even sold out bookings next weekend and beyond, with some, like Grand View Lodge near Nisswa, saying there’s lots of interest in

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Travelocity 2020 Holiday Travel Outlook: Most Families Aren’t Going Home this Holiday, but they Aren’t Staying Home Either

DALLAS, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The holiday season is typically one of the biggest travel moments of the year, but with COVID-19 still active in the U.S., a recent survey by Travelocity®  finds that almost 60% of Americans report they won’t be traveling to see friends and family this year and of those, nearly one-in-three said they won’t celebrate the holidays at all. However, that doesn’t mean they’re staying home this winter, either. 

Nearly half of family travelers (45%) with kids under the age of 18 are planning a leisure trip before the year’s end.

The Travelocity 2020 Holiday Outlook survey1, conducted in mid-September, found that some travelers are feeling optimistic when it comes to leisure travel for the remainder of the year. One-in-four respondents said they have a personal vacation planned later this year, and nearly half of family travelers (45%) with kids under the

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More Families Predicted to Road Trip for the Holidays

AUSTIN, Texas and AKRON, Ohio, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — RVshare, the first and largest peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace, predicts more people will be road tripping to visit relatives for the holidays this year. According to RVshare‘s Holiday Travel Sentiment survey, almost half of respondents (47%[1]) plan on traveling to visit family with more than two-thirds (68%) reporting they will be traveling by car or RV.

Typically, many families have their holiday vacation plans in order this time of year. Though 55% of people are less confident about their holiday travel plans compared to last year, more than three fourths (80%) of people have already decided they will not be flying over the holidays. In fact, more than half of travelers (53%) would consider renting an RV to visit family and stay in a family member’s driveway or nearby campground to social distance.

“This holiday

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COVID-19 prompts families to reconsider trips

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Like many families this year, the Rivers clan will be throwing out its normal holiday travel tradition to make sure the coronavirus doesn’t make an appearance at the Thanksgiving feast.

Gene Rivers of Tallahassee, Florida, says the normal routine of gathering the family at a ski resort northwest of Montreal both for Thanksgiving and mid-December to mid-January won’t work because  Canada and the U.S. have shut the border on both sides to non-essential travel.

Plan B – trying to draw his three grown-up kids to join him and his wife to New York City – isn’t practical either because it’s in one of the states imposing a two-week quarantine on those coming from places with high rates of COVID-19 infections. And even if that weren’t the case, their youngest son, a college

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