(CBS DETROIT) – Gas prices in metro Detroit are holding steady for the first time in weeks.

The current average in the state is $5.21 a gallon.

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That’s about a quarter higher than the national average, which is sitting at $4.98 a gallon, but at this time last week, the state average was $4.97 a gallon.

That pain at the pump is also causing “vacation inflation”.

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This is expected to be the busiest summer travel season in years, but the high cost of travel may put a burden on many Americans.

Domestic airfare is 34% higher than a few years ago.

Airbnb is also seeing rising costs, with prices up 11% from last year and hotel rooms are going for about $40 more than last year.

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