Bonuses of Taking a Charter Bus in Chicago, IllinoisWritten by Ed Telmany
Hiring a charter bus in Chicago, Illinois, is a great idea because you will be saving yourself headache of driving in congested traffic, but you will also be doing your part of carpooling and reducing smog and other negative environmental effects of cars.
These two reasons alone are certainly worth taking a charter bus in Chicago, Illinois. Then you take a charter bus in Chicago, Illinois, forget drama of getting from place to place, dealing with traffic, road maps, car maintenance, filling up with gas, and like.
All you are responsible for when you take a charter bus is yourself and your luggage. This is completely different than if you drive your own car where you are responsible for vehicle, filling up with gas, directions, other types of maintenance, as well as insurance for car.
This includes a lot of effort and work that an individual can easily avoid by simply taking a charter bus. Also, when you take a charter bus you eliminate one more car on road. This has wonderful implications for environment because fewer cars equal less smog and pollution. All you have to do is make change from driving your vehicle long distances to taking a charter bus. Additioanlly, others will also make a change and with just one charter bus there will be at least 50 less cars on road. Imagine what this would do for environment, especially in cities like Chicago, if more people started taking charter buses?
It would have an amazing impact on environment and pollution. Be one of first to start change and begin taking charter buses. It will benefit environment tremendously; however it will benefit you as well. While you are on charter bus you will have complete free time to do whatever it is you enjoy, or even catch up on work.
Travel Blog Your Next VacationWritten by Jed Clark
Some years ago, I took an extended trip to Europe. During that vacation, I kept a travel journal in which I made notes of places I visited, people I met and events that occurred. I still get out that travel journal and read through some of entries. The problem with journal was that entries were not easy to share. I still had to write postcards and letters to my family and friends.
Now, with advent of blogs (web logs) your travel journal can also serve as a way of sharing your vacation with your family and friends. Your friends will be able to immediately read about your adventures as soon as you've written about them. No need to buy stamps or send letters via snail mail.
Because you're writing a blog, there's also no need to send out multiple emails either. Write it once and your done. Your friends and family can subscribe to your blog and they are automatically notified when you make an entry. Additionally, your friends can make comments on your blog post that are available for others to see, giving your friends an opportunity to actively participate in your vacation.
The best part about your blog is that while you are sharing your vacation with your family and friends, you'll also be making a record of your vacation so that you'll be able to easily remember what you did and reminisce about great times or challenges that you faced.
Because blogs are web-based, you can make an entry from any location that has access to Internet. Many of my friends have started to make regular trips to an Internet cafe a standard part of their vacations. Many hotels also offer and Internet terminal that you can use for a few minutes.