Memorial Day 2011: Where Are You Going?
The unofficial beginning of summer starts this weekend with Memorial Day. Grills will be used, pools will be swum in and beaches will be crowded as Americans across the country head, hopefully, outdoors to play.
Gas prices might impede travel plans with the national average hovering around $3.80 a gallon (down from a few weeks ago when prices were hovering around $4 per gallon).
Take a look at the handy GasBuddy.com to see where gas costs the most and where you can score some deals.
Really slow on the uptake and need a real last-minute plan? Check out our list of easy (and cheap) getaways for this Memorial Day weekend--from Yellowstone to Washington, D.C.
Has gas or airline prices impeded your plans? Leave it in comments.
To make your summer vacation plans a little easier on the wallet, we're giving away a $100 gas gift card, courtesy of the new Chevy Cruze Eco.
Click below to follow us on Twitter and tweet to tell us where you're going this Memorial Day and how you're getting there. Don't forget to include @aoltravel and #MemDayCruze so we can find your tweet.
This contest is open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia and Canada (excluding Quebec) who are 18 and older. Entries must be left before June 3rd, 2011, 11:59pm Eastern Time. You may enter only once and one (1) winner will be chosen randomly to win a $100 gas card, courtesy of the new Cruze Eco. Click here for complete official rules.
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