TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Memorial day weekend marks the unofficial beginning of summer, which means lots of road trips and travel.
AAA's travel forecast says more than 3 million Americans are projected to travel over the Memorial Day weekend, 12-thousand more than last year 2013.
Most travelers will be on the road and Kansans are paying on average $3.43 a gallon, compared to $3.92 last year.
Air fare, hotel prices and car rental prices are up slightly this year.
The top 5 destinations for Kansans this year are Branson, Orlando, Yellowstone, Kansas City and Dallas.
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