The staycation appeared to be here to stay. After all, spending less money, enjoying your local surroundings anew, and getting some things done around the house did seem appealing. That is, until you got calls from work, discovered the ever-growing pile of laundry, and so-on. So, we understand why people are slowly ditching the idea of an at-home vacation (was it ever really a vacation?) for more far-flung destinations, according to a survey by Priceline.com. Eighty-three percent of Americans are planning to get away for their relaxation, this year. Want to know more? Check out the results below, which also include some information about just how far Americans will go to save on a vacation. And tell us: Are you ditching the staycation for a true vacation this year?
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