Travel for Christmas Light Displays!

The most magical time of the year is filled with decorative Christmas lights that light up the night sky. This is the perfect time to do a little winter getaway with the family to experience some of the best Christmas Light Displays found throughout the US.  The Best Christmas Light Displays can be found at... Continue Reading →

Travel Tips to Ease Hectic Holidays

Save money and ditch the stress of air travel - Skip long security lines, baggage fees and all the hassle of air travel by packing up the car and hitting the road. Last year, nearly 100 million Americans drove for the holidays according to AAA, and joining them saves you endless stress and valuable dollars.... Continue Reading →

Holiday Travel Season Facts

From planes and trains to automobiles and hotels, industry research finds that American travelers often have to compromise on cost or convenience in order to make the most of holidays. At Red Roof, we find that small adjustments can make a big difference in how consumers experience their holidays. Before planning your holiday trip, check... Continue Reading →

Christmas on the River, Christkindlmarkt, and Rockefeller Holiday Traditions

31 Days of Christmas Travel is in full swing and tons of fantastic holiday travel adventures have already been shared. This blog post includes a fun event call Christmas on the River in Louisiana, a seasonal, Christmas only themed market called Christkindlmarkt and traditions to experience at the Rockefeller Center! Christmas on the River: Enjoy... Continue Reading →

Holiday Shopping, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Polar Express Train Rides

We are continuing our 31 days of Holiday travel with some more holiday themed events including holiday shopping, Trans-Siberian Orchestra Concerts and Polar Express Train Rides! These are events you do not want to miss out on. Holiday Shopping Locations: Travel during December for the best Holiday Shopping locations! Whether looking for the last minute... Continue Reading →

A Winter Story

Every year during the winter season from middle school to college, it was a tradition in my family to travel to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to celebrate Christmas. I have a lot of good memories in the Upper Peninsula during the holiday season that range from playing outside in the piles of snow to bundling... Continue Reading →

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