First Published on www.gadling.com, Jan 5th 2009 @ 8:30AM
Christopher Elliot, over at Tribune Media Services, reported how 2009 will likely be the year of the "naycation." While Gadling's own writer, Tom Johansmeyer, agrees to some extent that this could be the case, I hope we might be able to see a light at the end of the tunnel. So, the optimist/devil's advocate that I am, I present to you 9 reasons this will be the year of the "YAYcation."
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