The 'Destinations Through the Decades' infographic takes a look at what families do on their vacations. Not only does the graph take into account where people were going, but also their motivations for doing so. For instance, the 1960s vacation assessment speaks of a jet-frenzy because the bustling airlines and the newly widespread availability of flight-travel.
The 1970s, meanwhile, were more focused on on-the-road travel. RVs were taken to check out popular destination spots like Mount Rushmore. The 1980s were the dreaded home-video era that many are still getting to relive as a result. The 90s were a time of excess as the economy boomed, but the 2000s were the exact opposite as it tanked in 2008. Finally the 2010's are early, but set to revolve greatly around technology as everyone tweets their destinations.
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The 'Destinations Through the Decades' Infograph Tells of Changing Times
- By: Jennifer GosnellJun 18, 2012