The Open Road - Page 5 of 29
Car Rental Express provides car rental information to a large number of popular cities in the USA and the rest of North America. One of our favorite places is the friendly, foggy city of San Francisco. If you’ve been dreaming of a Northern California getaway, read on for the best tips on where to stay, where to eat and what to do while you’re there.
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April 12th, 2016
April can be a tricky time to travel. Most of the USA schools have spring break in early to mid-April, so popular beach destinations and tourist towns are packed with students and young families. While the hot, humid weather hasn’t usually hit the Deep South, the temperatures can be volatile—and our neighbors to the north in Canada are still experiencing a chill.
If you’ve heard the expression “life hack,” then you probably know that it means a tip or tidbit that will make your life just a little easier. These are usually simple, easy things that we wonder why we didn’t think of. And the good new is, the travel industry is full of them.
March can be a very strange time weather-wise. With not-quite-spring temperatures, occasional lingering snow and the first glimpses of the season to come in the form of budding flowers and greener scenery, it can be a volatile time to plan a road trip. That being said, it’s also a wonderful time to travel. With many resorts still offering winter prices, enticing car rental deals, current gas prices being more affordable and sunny days starting to become more common, March is actually a great time to take a road trip.
Have you ever traveled alone? Sure, you’ve probably traveled alone for work or taken a quick solo trip for an important event. But have you ever considered taking a vacation by yourself? Believe it or not, solo travel is highly beneficial and recommended to everyone.
Are you hearing the call of the cross-country road trip? It’s something everyone should do at least once in their lives, preferably many times. Of course, if it’s not something you do right after high school or college, real life tends to get in the way. Once you’ve got a full-time job and a family to tend to, taking the time to drive across the nation and back starts to seem far-fetched.