— The holidays are over, but for some, the holiday rush is on.
In fact, a record number of people are heading to the beach and other outdoor locations to indulge in a holiday break.
The holiday rush has been a hot topic in the nation’s capital in recent weeks, especially during the presidential campaign.
With the inauguration of President Donald Trump expected later this month, there is a heightened sense of anticipation in the city as well as across the country.
In Los Angeles, the city is expecting an influx of tourists after the inauguration and will welcome them with open arms.
“I think it’s a great opportunity for us, the hotel industry and tourism,” said Tom McLean, chief executive of L.A.’s Holiday Inn.
“I think the city can support that.”
McLean has been the chief executive at the Holiday Inn for 23 years.
He’s one of the people who’s helping create the plan for the holiday season.
“It’s a lot of fun,” he said.
“People come in and want to go.
They want to spend time with family.
It’s a very positive time for our city.”
McLeod said the hotel will be more open than usual and offer holiday packages and discounted rates to help make the transition easier.
The holiday is not just about spending time with loved ones.
It is also about reconnecting with family and friends, he said, and people will spend a lot more time with their families.
McLean said it’s hard to predict exactly how many people will be on the beach or the mountains this year.
He said he thinks the holiday will be similar to the last time the city had a large influx of people, which was in the 1980s.
The city has also set aside $500,000 for the project.
McLeod says he is confident the city will have the resources needed to handle the holiday surge.
“We have the ability to do it,” he added.
“We’re just looking to be smart and make sure we have the right tools to do that.
I think the best way to do this is to have a plan in place.”