You might be staying safe a home, catching up on Academy Award winning movies, but that doesn’t mean you can’t dream of someday traveling to cinematic places.
The clever folks at Portland-based Vacasa watched the Oscar victors and matched some of the film locations to one of the 25,000 properties the vacation rental company manages across the U.S.
Their thinking: “This past year in particular, movies have been an essential escape. We’ve … [been] transported to worlds of nomadic living, jazz riffs and historic cultural shifts. … We thought we’d take that escapism to the next level.”
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Each vacation rental should state its contactless, safety and disinfecting protocols to prevent COVID-19.
Miss Lottie RV park in Willow City, Texas: While Fern’s journey takes her across the highways of the American West, where she finds a true sense of community on the road, this vintage RV park in Texas Hill Country gives guests a gateway to van life with a few more amenities. You’ll have ample chances to build a rapport with fellow guests, between the retro resort’s communal fire pit, swimming pool and gas grills for group cookouts. You might even meet a road trip buddy: the Linda May to your Fern.
The Vintages Trailer Resort in Dayton in the Willamette Valley, between Dundee and historic downtown McMinnville, has 34 renovated and restored vintage trailers within the 15-acre Willamette Wine Country RV Park.
Dufossat Street in New Orleans, Louisiana: In Pixar’s latest heart-warming hit, Joe chases his dream of becoming a jazz musician and searches for life’s purpose throughout the streets of New York City. But to truly seek a “Soul”-inspired adventure, you’ll need to head to the birthplace of jazz: New Orleans. This historic vacation home puts you just off Magazine Street and a St. Charles Streetcar ride away from the syncopated rhythms and scat singing that The Big Easy made famous.
Grass Valley Vacation in Lake Arrowhead, California: Taking viewers back to the black-and-white days of moving pictures, “Mank” tells the story of troubled screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he races to finish “Citizen