staycation


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stay·ca·tion

 (stā-kā′shən)
n.
A vacation in which one does not travel away from home.

[Blend of stay and vacation.]

staycation

(ˌsteɪˈkeɪʃən) or

stacation

n
informal a holiday in which leisure activities are pursued while staying at one's own home
[C21: stay1 + (va)cation]
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"At a time when everybody is feeling the pinch, and opting for a 'staycation', why not check out all that the Trust has to offer?"
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The centre has launched its pounds 10 staycation pass, which allows unlimited entry to the venue for two adults and up to four children during the school holidays.
While 11% more men than women said they are considering Dubai for their next staycation, a higher proportion of women are planning to visit Ras al Khaimah.
Hilton has launched pre-flight staycation offers for UAE residents at two of its properties.
A poll of more than 2,000 people fromonline bank Marcus by Goldman Sachsshows that many decided on a summer staycation because of the cost of travelling overseas and it was seen as better value than going abroad.
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MORE than half of people have struggled to find a bank or ATM when taking a "staycation" in the UK, a survey has found.
Summary: While many prefer to pack their bags to the nearest destination, there are quiet a lot of residents who have opted for a staycation.
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YouGov's research shows that after amusement parks, a trip to a nature or wildlife retreat is the second most preferred type of staycation by UAE residents (45%), followed by an adventure or sports-related outing (40%).
YouGov's research showed that after amusement parks, a trip to a nature or wildlife retreat is the second most preferred type of staycation by UAE residents (45 per cent), followed by an adventure or sports-related outing (40 per cent).