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CNB TRAVEL NEWS: And the top 10 destinations for Thanksgiving travel this year are ...

Drumroll, please! AAA says Americans are making Thanksgiving getaways to some places that are not that surprising -- however, they are avoiding visiting one major city that has been a big destination in the past.

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – November 23, 2021 – With a surge in travelers expected Thanksgiving week to near pre-pandemic levels, many aren’t just craving turkey and the trimmings.

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Many eager vacationers are also setting their sights on sunny, warmer regions as they look to escape the cold weather and hectic everyday lives.

“Travelers are seeking out warm, tropical weather for their top destinations. Beaches mostly top the list," Ellen Edmonds of AAA told AccuWeather. "But we’re also seeing some favorite vacation spots like Orlando.”

Travel news 1"Caribbean destinations and Mexico are trending" as well, said Erika Richter, spokesperson for the American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA), who noted that many trips were booked months in advance.

Even more interesting than the spots that made the cut was the one major city that got knocked off.

Read more for a look at the 10 top Thanksgiving destinations, in the U.S. and abroad, according to AAA’s review of tourist bookings. 

And the top 10 destinations for Thanksgiving travel this year are (Click Here for Full Story) >>

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