LastMinuteTravel.com Survey Reveals it's All Work and No Play for Americans
It”s Summer and if you”re looking at your vacation days account at work and seeing a surplus, you”re not alone. As it turns out, Americans are terrible at actually taking a vacation. Here at Last Minute Travel, the premier online travel booking site, we are encouraging Americans to break the habit of not using all of their hard-earned vacations days and have some fun.
A new survey by LastMinuteTravel.com finds that close to half (45%) of working Americans did not maximize their vacation days in 2009; in fact, 39 percent admitted to losing 10 or more of those days. As we reach the halfway point of 2010, the survey finds that more than three-quarters (78%) of Americans plan to repeat this trend by leaving their paid best online casino vacation days on the table.
According to the survey, reasons for lost vacation days is that many find it difficult to take time away from work, coordinate family schedules or they cannot afford a “real vacation.” Nonetheless, working Americans yearn for time off and fantasize about the type of vacation they would take, time and money permitting: close to four in ten (35%) would choose a beach destination where they can relax and unwind; 19 percent would opt for an all-inclusive cruise; 16 percent would go to a family (theme-park) destination; and 15 percent would take a road trip across the country.
Life shouldn”t be all work and no play. When it comes to vacation days, you”ve got to use them or lose them. And we”re here to help. We”ve compiled the top five beach destinations, top five affordable vacations, and five of our most popular activities to help you plan how to spend those vacation days.