When it comes to travel, the race to the bottom in the industry is alive and well.
According to a new report, black travelers are spending a greater percentage of their dollars on things that white travelers have more of a choice about, like restaurants, hotels and accommodations.
The report, which was released by the Travel Research Group, found that when it comes down to what hotels charge, black and white travelers are paying roughly the same.
The study compared the prices for black and non-black travelers.
The data was collected between September 1 and October 30, 2018.
The research group found that black travelers paid more for their stay, and that the difference in price between white and black travelers was smaller than for both genders.
The study also found that African American travelers were less likely to be charged the lowest prices for food and beverages, and were also less likely than their white counterparts to be offered a roomier experience.
Black travelers are also more likely to choose hotels that are located within walking distance of their homes.
According the research, a black traveler was more likely than a white traveler to choose a hotel with an indoor pool, and the difference was much smaller for African Americans.
The travel agency that provided the study also said that the study showed that white and African American travel is generally cheaper than non-white travel.
While black travelers were willing to pay a higher price for certain items, they were also more willing to spend on luxuries like televisions and high-end cars.
The group found black travelers tended to spend more money on amenities, but that did not mean they were spending more than white travelers.
The most expensive hotels, meanwhile, were located in big cities.
For instance, the largest cities were Baltimore, Dallas, Los Angeles and New York City.
However, it was not necessarily the most expensive places to stay.
The cheapest hotels, however, were in rural areas of the U.S.
That may have something to do with the fact that many black travelers stay at family or friends’ homes, the research group said.
For those families and friends, the price for the most upscale hotels is higher.
Travel companies and travel agents are also trying to find ways to improve their black-white balance.
Black travelers are more likely, for instance, to go to hotels that have a black or Asian name.