Didn’t get a chance to take that dream vacation this July? Are all of your summer Fridays used up? You’ve still got plenty of time to plan an amazing (and less costly) stay-at-home vacation, or “staycation.” We’ve compiled a list of fun and relaxing ideas to help you kick back and enjoy your time off. By Patrice Peck
Some of the most memorable staycations involve exploring the other side of town, or sometimes, even a whole new town all together. From the ferry to the subway, taking public transportation might be your best bet, not only because of the frequent stops and cheap fare, but also because of the exercise and sightseeing opportunities.