AARP Travel, a useful resource for America's 76 million Baby Boomers who spend over $120 billion annually on leisure travel, indicates that the three generations deviate on a wide array of trip details, including their booking method, their lodging arrangements and even what they choose to pack. "This new survey shows that there is a clear generation gap among Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and Millennials when it comes to taking a vacation, from planning to trip experiences to sharing memories," said Stephanie Miles, VP, Products & Platforms, AARP. "While everyone wants to travel, they have differing tastes and ways of making their trips their own." Here are seven ways that the three generations vary in how they approach their vacations. Get the full story at Travel Daily News Read also "Hyatt nixes AARP Discount" at Smarter Travel