The decision to stay in a hotel versus crashing on a relative’s couch? Easy. Breaking the news to your folks without hurting their feelings might be harder. Here’s how it’s done.
At the start of each year, many of us plan to eat healthier, work out more, save money or make strides in another area of our lives. While the idea of New Year’s resolutions isn’t a new one—it dates back more than 4,000 years to the ancient Babylonians—today’s fast-paced world can make it hard to keep up with your goals. And, it can be even tougher when you’re away from home!
When you’re planning a family road trip it’s important to consider destinations that will keep your kids entertained and engaged. For some families, this means getaways to locations with plenty of theme parks. For others, it might mean heading into the mountains to get back to nature or making trips to famous historical landmarks. It all depends on your children’s age and interests.
While some of the city’s attractions aren’t suitable due to social distancing restrictions, there’s still plenty of things to do in Chicago during a road trip or extended stay. Chicago remains one of the top destinations in the USA for its thriving arts and music scenes, its soaring art deco skyscrapers, and its amazing food. If you should find yourself in the Windy City, here’s a list of what to do in Chicago that will keep you entertained throughout your stay.
Looking for the cheapest way to move out of state and settle in at your home? We’ve got some helpful tips for relocating to another state to help control moving expenses.
Heading to college is an adventure, and like any adventure, comes with its own challenges. Along with registering for courses, applying for scholarships, traveling to your new college, and paying tuition costs comes a very basic, very important question: Where will you stay while you’re studying? Traditional types of living arrangements for students are expensive and often crowded. WoodSpring Suites provides an alternative to traditional college housing options: an extended stay hotel.
A long-distance road trip through the United States is an amazing experience. From breathtaking scenery to quirky roadside attractions, the USA offers something for everyone, usually within less than a day's drive of major centers.
Construction workers, medical personnel, traveling nurses, caregivers, and business people often make long trips, spending weeks or even months wherever their work has led them. Due to the nature of our extended stay hotels, WoodSpring Suites sees plenty of essential workers and traveling professionals, some of whom have turned packing into high art. We’ve gathered tips from these packing pros to help you learn how to pack for a long trip, whether you’re on the road for work or traveling for pleasure.
As you start dreaming of your next holiday, you may find yourself looking for travel inspiration. Do you want to spend a week in the Rocky Mountains, or does your ideal vacation involve exploring the many statues and monuments of Washington, D.C? There are hundreds of 1-week holiday ideas available, many of them close to major centers and affordable extended stay hotels.
If you’re wondering how to plan a Father’s Day celebration while taking into account safe social distancing, you need only look to families who are used to long-distance holidays. Dads who travel for construction and health-care jobs often find themselves on the road for Father’s Day, as do many servicemen. To make sure Dad gets the celebration he deserves, families of Dads who travel for work have developed all kinds of tricks for long-distance holidays, from special gifts for dads who work away from home to throwing virtual Dad’s Day parties.