We did it. After revenge travel and flight delays and spending money we don’t really have, we made it to the last holiday weekend of the summer. According to The Vacationeran estimated 137 million people will be traveling for Labor Day weekend, which is more than 53% of the country.
Of those traveling, a little more than half—perhaps owing to the chaos that has roiled air travel lately—plan to travel by car. Which means the roads are going to be busy this weekend. According to Jerry, it’s actually the most dangerous summer holiday for driving, especially Saturday. If you plan on being on the road on Saturday make sure to exercise plenty of caution.
As for when is the best time to make your journey, AAA advised Memorial Day weekend travelers that departures were best timed before 6 am and after 9 pm on Thursday and Friday, while
Whether you’re hitting the road in a camping van or escaping to an all-inclusive wellness resort, travel can give you a much-needed reset and break from your busy schedule. But if you’re someone who enjoys regular exercise, squeezing in a workout on the road can be tricky. Be it limited access to fancy gym equipment or access to a workout space altogether, and getting those reps in on vacation can be a hassle.
Well, it used to be. Thanks for innovations in portable exercise equipment, you can now bring your workout with you wherever you roam. And
I’m hoping to hit the parkway, lower all the windows and drive to Asbury Park (or another favorite beach town) just as soon as anyone else. And along with my phonea cool pair of sunglasses and my most fantastic swim trunksI’m also packing a tiny but mighty speaker along with me.
The Sony XB13 is our best travel pick for Bluetooth speakers. It excels as an ultra-portable option with a surprisingly long battery life and a keen ability to deliver robust sound. Oh, and it’s just $59.99 — or as little as $48 when it’s on sale, like now — and comes in a slew of fun colors: black, coral pink, light blue, powder blue or taupe. Let’s unpack why it’s the perfect travel stowaway, especially when you’re considering packing for your next vacation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin released a declaration on Saturday detailing benefits that will be given to certain individuals who travel to Russia from Ukraine amid the former country’s attacks on the latter.
Disabled people, pregnant women and the elderly who have moved from Ukraine to Russia will receive financial benefits to help support them, according to a decree obtained by Reuters.
Those who were pensioners in Ukraine will have the ability to receive monthly pension payments equivalent to about $170, payments that will also be given to those who are disabled.
Pregnant women will receive one installment of financial support under the decree.
According to Reuters, the Russian government has already been financially compensating people who come to the country from the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine, which Russia considers part of its nation.