Where to stay for an unusual and quirky night

As COVID-19 cases rise again in the United States, exotic travel couldn’t seem more inaccessible.

But that doesn’t mean you have to resort to a stay or let those PTO days go to waste. Airbnbs are more popular than ever, allowing those with the travel bug to escape – somewhere – even if it’s only an hour’s drive from home.

Tony and Cheryl Vardaro, natives of Edison who now live in Kentucky, saw this firsthand. The couple saw an increase in bookings for their Airbnb property in Palm Strings, Calif., Last summer, a trend that has continued.

“People like to have these getaways closer to home. They’re still a little scared of flying – almost all of our renters were Californians,” Cheryl said. “People like to control their experience and they get used to the amenities around the home where you have your own kitchen and space to spread out. “

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