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VACATION. That period of time between the end of one term and beginning of another. During vacation, rules and orders are made in such cases as are urgent, by a judge at his chambers.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Comparatively, staycations that are wellness-related and spiritual in nature are less popular amongst people, with only 19% and 18% of respondents expressing interest in them respectively.
"We have witnessed that more and more guests are opting for staycations to experience and enjoy the facilities inside hotels and spend quality time with their loved ones," added Midha.
More than half of UAE residents (54%) said they prefer taking staycations visiting an amusement or water park in the country, new YouGov research reveals.
While more men than women said they are considering Dubai for their next staycation (49 per cent vs 38 per cent), a higher proportion of women are planning to visit Ras al Khaimah (47 per cent vs 36 per cent).
If you're thinking of a staycation, make sure it counts for something, experts say.
Both staycation packages come with complimentary breakfast buffet, high-speed Wi-Fi, parking, and access to the 500-sqm gym, lagoon-style swimming pool, and indoor and outdoor playgrounds.
The company said this only shows that holidaymakers in UAE favour staycations and that they're likely to stay within the country during the forthcoming Eid Al Adha holiday.
The hotel's Summer Family Staycation package provides an opportunity for families to bond, offering a blend of educational activities and innocent indulgencies in a relaxed setting.
The Great British Staycation Index ranks each city in the country based on weather, things to do and crime rate - and places Coventry at an impressive number nine in the list.
A staycation is a vacation without the added stress of the usual travel woes such as long commute or packing.
Shakila Ahmed, Travelodge spokesperson said: "Our annual holiday index confirms that we have become a Staycation Nation.
The report which surveys 3,000 British adults annually also revealed a quarter (25%) of Britons are taking more UK short breaks this year, with 85% of us taking, on average, three staycation breaks throughout 2018.