Archive for April, 2017
There are many reasons why 40.1 million Americans in 2014, and 14% of Americans over the age of six in 2013, went camping. Camping is something that is a way of life for some people. Many go on camping trips every year; but for some, camping is a treat that they partake in less frequently. If you’re either new to camping or someone who doesn’t camp on a regular basis, planning your camping trip might be a bit more involved. For that matter, it’s quite possible that you might not want to camp in the old-fashioned way. Lots of family camping trips in this day and age involve cabin rentals, rather than tents. Cabin rentals give families the opportunity to camp on campgrounds, but perhaps with a few more conveniences than they would have otherwise. For that matter, lots of people find that campin
For the last several decades, airlines all over the world have been doing what they can to provide more entertainment options for their customers. JetBlue get people talking when they were one of the first airlines in the United States to put screens with live television on each seat back. In fact, people have taken to using the aircraft display systems to do a number of things to keep them entertained throughout a flight. At least 41% of all people who fly say that they like the inflight entertainment systems to watch movies.
While airline displays have gotten more advanced and become more commonplace, the technology passengers can bring on board with them has also advanced. At the same time, more and more airlines are offering WiFi on their flights. This has been a welcome development for
You wish you would have opted for the option of taking the shuttle!
You made it to the performance, but it was not easy. After spending an hour in traffic just to travel a couple of miles from your hotel to the National Show Choir Competition at the large venue, you found yourself stressed and worried that you would miss your daughter’s performance, the one that you had travelled 12 hours to see. Taking the shuttle between the hotels was an option, but in a moment of impatience your husband decided that he did not want to wait the 15 minutes for the next departure time. It made more sense, he insisted, that you simply jump in your car and drive. He had found a free place to park at the host hotel and he was willing to drop you at the front door so that you could go in a get seats.
Giving into his plan,