As the world opens up after 16 months of isolation, people around the country have cleaned off their dusty suitcases and eagerly left the homes they once were secluded in. But if trends continue, the tri-state area may be seeing more of an incoming crowd, than an outgoing.
Summer travel prior to the pandemic was mostly made up of smaller groups visiting big cities, according to an Airbnb report released in May 2021.
But this summer, the most popular type of travel is families flocking to remote destinations from their big city homes.
States like New York, New Jersey and...