This week: Angry, paranoid, and tired.
What the average British traveler will walk in their lifetime — just in airports, according to Goldcar. Spanish travelers were next at 267 miles. Americans didn’t make the list, although the world’s second-longest walk is Atlanta’s airport, at 1.3 miles between the furthest terminals.
Vacationers around the world who says they prefer a vacation “where I relax and take it easy,” according to GfK. Only 35 percent prefer “an active vacation where I do or see lots of things.”
Americans who “would choose to have reclining seats banned entirely” on airline flights, according to Expedia. They hate when the person in front of them reclines their seat more than they enjoy reclining their own. Another 35 percent “would pay extra to be seated in a ‘designated quiet zone,’ should the airline offer one.”
Americans who take cruises but don’t disembark for “shore excursions,” according to Allianz. Being a paranoid nation, it’s no shock that many of them “safety concerns with the destination.” And being a lazy nation, the rest are afraid of leaving the free drinks and lack of “mobile connectivity.”
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