Around the holidays in December is without a doubt the busiest, most hectic time to travel all year. With everyone rushing around to spend these special days with loved ones, traveling can sometimes be tricky. If you’re looking to get from point A to B seamlessly, check out these professional traveling tips.
Do you have anywhere that you’re just dying to travel to? At Ollie’s Taxi & Airport Service, we certainly do. To share our travel dreams with you, we put together a list of what are, in our opinion, the best vacation spots in the world (in no particular order).
Due to traffic, crowded airports and flight cancellations, holiday travel can be stressful and exhausting. Those frustrating aspects of traveling are, unfortunately, out of your control. However, there are some things about your trip that you can control. By packing the best travel accessories, you can cut down on time-wasting, last minute store runs and save yourself a huge headache.
Travelling for the holidays sounds like a great idea, but when you sit down to plan a trip you may soon realize that it’s easier said than done. Nightmarish images of rushed car rides, crowded airports with steep parking fees and bad weather replace the visions of family and friends that inspired you to book your trip. Still, you don’t want to give up. You want to see your family or take that vacation you deserve, and you want to enjoy it. With these tips, you can mitigate the stress caused by your holiday travel experience and focus more on fun!
Long Island boasts more than just beautiful beaches and suburban homes. Whether you realize it or not, there are plenty of interesting historical sites located all around Long Island. If you’d like to engage with some of the rich history of the fish-shaped island jutting out to the east of New York City, take a trip to any of these Long Island landmarks.
Since November marks the beginning of the seasonal transition from fall to winter in the United States and Europe, it results in brilliant scenery. You’ll likely find some travel deals, too, since the weather is not as warm as it was a few months prior. That being said, here are some of the best places to travel in November (in no particular order).
Whether you’re backpacking through Europe or discovering what’s out there in the world, you should always be prepared. Before jetting out on a vacation of a lifetime, make sure you have everything you need to get to your destination, enjoy it and get home safely. Ollie’s Taxi & Airport Service has a few important international travel tips to make your next vacation the best one yet.
Whether you’re a newbie to business traveler or a hardened veteran, planning a business trip can be a stressful experience. That’s why you need to be prepared and precise, so you won’t lose time, miss flights and begin to dread the whole idea of business travel. Ollie’s Taxi & Airport Service has a lot of customers that travel for business, so we’ve seen, firsthand, some of the ups and downs. In order to give you more ups, we created a guide of commuting tips for business trips. Some may seem obvious, but they are incredible effective. They’ll help you to stop packing shoes that don’t match, be prepared to meet clients and keep your sanity when living a hotel life. Become a business travel pro, so you can go from 2,000 miles away and make it back home in time for dinner.
Traveling during the holidays is equivalent to coal in your stocking. Crowded airports, loads of luggage, and antsy kids are just a few of the obstacles that stand in your way of your holiday vacation. To make it worse, over 5 million people in the United States travel by air for the holidays. So to help you cozy up to the hassle of airports during the holidays, Ollie’s Taxi & Airport Service has a few holiday travel tips to help you survive airports.
Thanksgiving is swiftly approaching and regardless of whether or not you have already booked your holiday travel, traveling in or around the holiday can be an absolute nightmare if you don’t take the proper precautions. Roughly 43 million Americans traveled for Thanksgiving last year (and there could be even more travelers this year) which means the roadways, airlines and bus routes that you usually frequent will be a little cozier than usual (and not in a good way). So, to avoid being cramped, stuck in traffic or generally annoyed we have provided you with these Thanksgiving travel tips. Tips that should let you enjoy a happy and relaxing holiday.