You rocked Coachella and now you can’t possibly imagine going back to your regular life? So don’t! Instead, get back on the road and head to one of our Travelocity Employees’ Top 10 Festivals. Narrowing it down to 10 was tough, but here are our picks in order of date:
* romantic honeymoon
* multigenerational vacation
* girls or guys getaway
* backpacking trip
How I see it, there are two ways to spend you tax refund: travel and garden gnome collections. Sure you can be practical, start a life savings, but who knows what tomorrow will bring? So celebrate Tax Day 2012 with a little frivolity and treat yourself to a tax-refund-funded trip. Travelocity has discovered some deeply-discounted deals in lavish destinations like South Beach, Vegas, Hawaii and Mexico! And because we’re so pumped tax season is over we’re throwing everyone an extra 10.4% off these already reduced rates!
Just enter TAXDAY at checkout and start planning your getaway. The deals go dark at midnight so act fast!
We know it’s not always easy to get yourself in gear and book Memorial Day travel far in advance. But trust us, you’ll want to start thinking about your flight right NOW! According to Travelocity’s 2nd Annual Memorial Day Booking Barometer, you’re most likely to score the best deal on domestic flights between 4-6 weeks before Memorial Day. So while you still have ample time to get buff, bronze and bathing suit ready, the white hot “under $300″ fares become less likely with every passing week.
In Texas, not far from Travelocity’s headquarters, a fantastic foodie scene is blossoming in the Wild West town of Roanoke, once a popular pit stop for cowboys and cattle drivers. While a modern-day visit to Roanoke will satiate you every culinary desire from Tex Mex, to hearth-baked pizzas to family-style fried chicken, when it’s old-fashioned frontier food that Travelocity locals are after, they head to Reno Red’s.