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Vacation

A period of time during which one ordinarily would work but does not, normally to engage in some pleasure. One may spend a vacation traveling, relaxing or simply organizing one's personal life. Many companies offer paid vacation time to employees after a certain period of employment. Some jurisdictions require paid vacations.
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org) is the world's first and only website that gives vacationers the ability to voice their complaints about a bad vacation home or an unethical vacation rental company anywhere in the world.
Vacationers can samba down the Sambadrome of Rio in an extravagant costume and experience the vibrancy of the iconic Samba Parade in grandstand or VIP seating.
vacationers, and Cuba's opening would swipe a significant chunk of those travelers.
Vacationers can experience the ultimate in vacations with a trip to Cozumel.
Vacationers pay one price for all food and drinks, non-motorized watersports, and more.
Grand Solmar knows that sometimes vacationers at its incredible property love the feeling of relaxation and luxury they have during their time in Cabo, that they want to purchase another timeshare week.
Brazilian Valter Morais paints a niche for vacationers and corporate art.
Vacationers fled the beaches of Cape Cod and its neighboring islands Sunday as Hurricane Edouard barreled toward the area, washing out plans for Labor Day parades and picnics.
NCL's innovative onboard experience offers vacationers freedom from the stress and demands of everyday life and freedom to enjoy a less structured, more relaxed, resort style experience than traditional cruising.
The culture of the local population is combined with the luxury of top resorts to give vacationers a truly amazing vacation experience.
Complementing business travel, Honduras also hopes to lure vacationers to the Mayan ruins of Copan, the diving areas off Roatan and the beaches of the Bay Islands.
Vacationers have taken to the roads and the air in record numbers this summer, undaunted by fires in national parks, power failures in the West, a hurricane threat that forced widespread evacuations in the Southeast and unseasonably cold, rainy weather from New England to the Carolinas.