Some things are truly American. One of these things is the road trip. Whether you take your car from your driveway or visit a car rental Springfield, there is something about driving on our interstate system that is unlike driving anywhere else.
In Germany or Italy you can speed on the Autobahn, sure, but usually you can’t drive for more than a few hours before leaving the country. Whereas in the United States, especially out West, when you drive for a few hours, chances are you won’t even leave the state.
That sense of openness is unique. As is the quality of our roads. Maybe you can have the same feeling of expanse in Russia, but the road from St. Petersburg to Moscow is only a couple of hundred miles and can take days to travel. The interstate highway system works as the arteries and veins of our great nation. And if you want to sample something a little bit different, if you aren’t in a rush, take one of the many backwoods routes that leads you up forested mountains or across sandy desert, sometimes onto gravel or dirt roads. The options are many, and it all starts with your car rental Springfield. Take some friends along and get a 15 passenger van rental. That’ll be a road trip you never forget.
If it happened all the time it wouldn’t be any fun. Yeah, this weekend with Chelsea and the car you got from that car rental New Haven was awesome, the best weekend of the year so far, and probably one you’ll never forget, but the reason was that it was only a weekend. If you had had two or three weeks in that bed and breakfast you would’ve been bored and tired. You would’ve fought over what to do and where to stay and let the silences in between speech grow longer and longer. So yes, while it’s not exactly fun to be back at the office on a Monday, it’s okay. You have all those memories.
In life all we have is labor and love. And trust me, you always want to be laboring more than you want to be loving. There’s the unknown in love, which is what makes it beautiful and attractive, but labor is certain and it provides us with routine. You can always return to it. And yes, while that car rental New Haven will likely be there for a long time, love may not. It can be flighty. So don’t go calling the car rental Connecticut for next month’s road trip quite yet. Be patient. And in the meantime, don’t count the minutes until five.
When you choose a car rental Springfield and get away for a few days, it’s incredible how the break in routine can make you feel like a new person. The goal after returning your car to the car rental Mass is not to get sucked back into the same old trains of thought when you return to work and your everyday life.
The raw, new experience of travel and road tripping allows you to focus entirely on what’s happening around you – you don’t have time to think and reflect on what is going to happen tonight because you’re busy processing the unknown.
Eventually you will fall back into routine. That is natural, and necessary in order to be productive. But remember that just because you have a physical routine of waking up, going to work, coming home, sleeping, doesn’t mean that you have to have a mental routine of dwelling on memories and fantasizing on what could have been. You have life before you, and if you want a different perspective on the road, it may behoove you to visit a car rental Springfield and drive somewhere you’ve never been before. Sometimes you just need a new car for a weekend to better understand.
There is something liberating about driving. Many Americans take it for granted on their daily commutes. Riding in the car becomes a burden, something to allow you from point A to B. Not too long ago, people used to drive for fun. Put on your driving gloves, take the vehicle out for a Sunday joy ride down long windy roads under high wild oak with budding leaves and a strengthening sun, the wind like a vacuum blowing your hair. Arrive at your destination, relax, turn around, drive home.
These days you can still do it, but it helps if you visit a car rental Connecticut beforehand. That will help you feel as though you’re breaking from the routine of hopping into your car and driving four miles to get to the grocery store. In a new car from a car rental Hartford, it feels like you’re on a holiday and you can go anywhere you want, without feeling like you should get back and prepare for the next day.
So go ahead and visit your car rental Connecticut this weekend. Plan yourself a little day trip and take it as a holiday, see some new things and don’t worry about anything else. You deserve it.
Our B'n'B in Block Island.
A car rental New Haven can be a boon if you have family or friends coming in for the weekend. A few weeks ago I welcomed my mom and dad at the airport. Unfortunately my sedan was just too small to accommodate them both, especially with their bags stuffed with clothes for a week and my old man’s walker. So with an SUV we all fit. Plus, it allows them to do whatever they want during the day while I’m at work.
Pops has a little trouble moving around these days but he still likes to adventure and explore. So you can imagine his surprise when I told him that we’re going to take a road trip into New England. It was still cold, and as we drove farther north snow began to line the roads. But the high clear sky and the ocean on our right made the trip an exploration into consciousness. We three arrived at a nice bed and breakfast on Block Island and walked around in the early spring.
We returned on Monday so I could work, but during the week my parents used that car all the time, going food shopping, eating out for lunch, going to the museums and eventually returning the SUV to the car rental New Haven. It’s great having a car rental Connecticut so close by – next time they visit, we’ll do the same.
Spring is here and there are tons of things to see and do. Take a road trip with a loved one for the weekend and head to a romantic getaway. Have you ever been to Maine?
It’ll be easy. Book a bed and breakfast, hostel or hotel room the week of. After work on Friday, or even early Saturday morning, stop by your car rental Springfield and admire the rolling mountains and deep forests on the three and a half hour car ride.
It’s still going to be chilly, but it will be gorgeously rugged. The shoreline with its rocky outcroppings and picturesque lighthouses is the perfect place to stay. And seafood? Say no more. Maine has the finest lobster in the world as well as some of the sweetest clams, all of which will be well within your reach even if you decide to forego the quiet scenery of small coastal towns in favor of the artsy culture of Portland.
Drive home Sunday night and drop off the car at your car rental Springfield just in time to relax with a glass of wine before you sleep and start your work week. And don’t forget that a car rental Mass is always within your reach.
Connecticut is a beautiful state. Like most North-Eastern states it has a gorgeously green landscape and lots of colorful local flavor. You can cruise through the heavily wooded areas or shop around in the small communities that make up the beautiful state. These activities are special and worth while all year round, but for me the scenery, the shopping, the life in general in Connecticut is at it’s best in the early spring.
I enjoy seeing spring in “light-sweater weather.” The coast of the state is particularly great with wonderful beach front views and lots of wonderful people to meet and chat up. I am always surprised driving around this great state by how friendly and up for a conversation everyone is.
When I am enjoying Connecticut in the spring time I like to do it in a car rental. I am not there often enough to own a car but to drive in the state’s majestic splendor is a unique and all together perfect experience. In New Haven car rental is reliable and I can then drive that car all over the area. It’s a marvelous way to see everything Connecticut has to offer.
Each spring when I take my annual Connecticut site seeing cruise I find new and interesting things. It is truly a testament to the wonder, growth and niceties Connecticut has to offer.
I can remember the big spring Boy Scouts camping trip like it was yesterday. Our Scout Master Tommy went out and rented a 15 passenger van and we shoved off around 3:30 on a Friday afternoon. We drove for what felt like 3 hours and arrived in the woods. The huge van hulked around twisty turns and then up to our camping spot, and then the skies opened up.
It started pouring as soon as we got to the camp site and it didn’t stop for hours. We discussed setting up tents but guiding twelve first timers through an already frustrating process in the pouring rain just seemed like a doomed proposition.
So for that night we slept in the van rental. It was cozy even without the heat and way roomier than expected. Which was a good thing because I was paired with the biggest kid in my troupe. The next day we pitched our tents early in the mud. It was fun and educational. We explored nature, built fires, went fishing, we all got closer to nature.
On the way back in the van, I thought about how the van had completely saved the day. It got us through that storm and it made sure the trip would still be on for the next day.
As I write this, the weather in Connecticut is still too crispy to get excited about. Temperatures have been climbing of late but then they come crashing back down on our heads like a pile of freezing cold bricks. It’s depressing and I don’t want to think about it. Luckily I can instead consider a myriad of possible locales for an early summer excursion. California maybe, possibly Orlando, maybe Austin, Texas.
When I travel I forgo the planes. Flying is expensive and scary. My weak stomach can’t handle turbulence. On top of that, the extended waits, security checkpoints, strip searches, x-rays, and bad airport dinning options are absolutely abysmal.
When I travel car rental is my method of choice. I don’t need a car year round and the insurance would be brutal given my job. But every now and again you just want to hop behind the wheel of a car and cruise. In New Haven car rental is the only way to escape for me. I love my hometown but there is nothing like letting the wheels take you somewhere else. When I get back I appreciate everything else so much more.
So sit with me for a moment and just fantasize about that first summer road trip. There are so many options the only guarantee is hot wheels and hotter weather.
Well young film students, you must be feeling pretty good about yourselves. At last weekend’s Academy Awards, an NYU MFA student film took home the Oscar for Best Live Action Short. Luke Matheny’s film God Of Love was smart and funny and he got a huge reception at the awards. It gives you hope, someday that could be you.
But first your movie has to get made. If you’re shooting in and around Connecticut, you are definitely going to need a car. Honestly you’re probably going to need a van. You may even need a box truck. And obviously you want your van rental to be as inexpensive as possible. Budgets are tight for the young Orson Welles and Jim Jarmusch’s out there. Luckily in Connecticut car rental is cheaper than you would expect. It is completely worth the peace of mind of not having your friend’s parents’ junker that wouldn’t fetch $14 on the market lugging all of that precious equipment you need to make your movie magic.
So in order to get that Oscar it’s time to put some money down on a van. Look I’m not saying auto rental is as integral as the lighting or sound or script, what I’m saying is that it is integral to let all of those things do their best. I’m also not saying that if you rent a van or car or 15 passenger van you’re going to win an Oscar, but it’s a solid first step!