With the end of summer comes Labor Day weekend, which in years past has signaled one last trip to close out the season. As it turns out, this year doesn't look much different, despite a pandemic — except for the places Americans plan to travel. Given that many locations around the country have instituted a 14-day quarantine for new arrivals and some countries have banned Americans altogether, travelers are essentially opting for the locations that will have them. A study from from Tripit comparing Labor Day bookings this year vs. last year shows that traditionally popular destinations have been replaced. Here's what we're seeing.