“This fall is set to be least traveled of the past several years” notes Cheryl Schutz, Vice President at D.K. Shifflet & Associates. “Even those who are planning to travel this fall will be taking shorter trips. Only Millennials, who are known for taking shorter trips, are planning to spend slightly more days away from home this fall.” Schutz goes on to say that, “this softening in leisure travel is expected to continue through the end of 2016.” Get the full story at Hotel Online