Being a home to most of the US entertainment world, LA is home to the best restaurants worth going to during the holidays.
After enjoying a stomach-full of turkey and a heart-full of family memories, it's time to brave the road again. Good thing Google and Waze are here to guide travelers on the best and worst times to drive home after a Thanksgiving weekend.
Holiday travelers this Thanksgiving week may expect some travel headaches.
Thanksgiving 2016 is expected to go down as the Bay Area's biggest travel holiday of all time as airports prepare for a massive increase in passengers flying in and out. The holiday has already been declared as the largest travel surge in almost a decade.
The Denver International Airport is set to hire more staff for Thanksgiving, as projection shows an expected 8-10% increase from last year.
On Thanksgiving week this year, approximately 49 million Americans will be travelling, a million increase from last year. This increase would mean longer lines, traffic and dissatisfaction. With enough preparation and help from technology, you don't need to bear with all these matters.
Thanksgiving this year will be way busier than last year. Statistics have recently revealed that travelers on this weekend will increase to up to one million. With this trend, many passengers will surely exprience long lines, busy counters, and possible delays.
With 48.7 million Americans expected to travel during the Thanksgiving holiday season, many American airlines and airports across the country are bracing themselves for the string of delays to come. With the highest rate of holiday travelers in years, airports are also expecting the worst delays.
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Prepare yourself if you're traveling this holiday as the airlines this Thanksgiving will accommodate nearly a million more people than last year. It is a 2.5 percent increase of people who will travel and have their flights five days before the actual day of Thanksgiving. Expect to be caught in a heavy traffic on your way to the airlines on Wednesday through Sunday.
The number of Americans that are set to travel during Thanksgiving week has hit the highest number in nine years. The most recent 2016 statistics show that almost 49 million US Americans are expected to travel during the holiday season.
Thanksgiving is one of America's most important holidays, which celebrates our birth as a nation. Here's a quick travel guide for those driving or flying home for the holidays, and for those who want a different Thanksgiving experience.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, people all over the country are packing up and heading home for the holidays. Of course, since most will only be gone for Thanksgiving weekend, the trend is to just take a carry-on bag. While this may be more convenient, it also causes many people to forget the rules of travel.