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Specifically, two-thirds (66 percent) prefer to take a one day or weekend road trip as opposed to 31 percent who prefer to take at least a week-long trip.
The number of travellers opting for an exciting road trip is on the increase
Expedia Study Shows More Americans Plan to Take Road Trips This Summer Half of Americans plan to take a road trip of more than 200 miles this summer, according to ExpediaOs American Traveler survey.
Parents and their children will definitely want to make a college road trip after seeing this," said Raven-Symone, 22, during the after-party as kids played road trip bingo and visited Pork Place to create stuffed replicas of Albert, the film's magic pig, in the Hollywood & Highland complex.
5 million Britons have taken a road trip during the past 12 months, covering an average of 861 miles each, according to Halifax Travel Insurance.
The only downside to me writing the Bueno Texas road trip article is that I didn't really go on the trip.
Biking Illinois: 60 Great Road Trips And Trail Rides by biking enthusiast David Johnsen is an outstanding collection of "bicycle friendly" statewide biking trails accompanied with maps and photography for a greater understanding of Illinois' road trips and trail rides.
A road trip to a family reunion turns into an insightful history lesson for a young girl.