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International Travel Safety Tips

Posted on: October 10th, 2017
safety

Few things are as exciting as traveling overseas. Despite the undeniable excitement, a lot of people find themselves feeling weary of the impending journey, fearing that danger lies ahead, and rightfully so. You are moving into a jurisdiction in which you are not a citizen, and for that reason, extra precautions must be taken; precautions […]

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4 Safety Standards You Need to Consider Before Hiring a Limousine Service

Posted on: October 3rd, 2017
limousine

Hiring a limousine service in New York is a great option for people seeking luxury and convenience; be it in everyday travel, for business purposes, or for special occasions. However, for safety purposes, when it comes to choosing the right limousine service, it is important to consider various factors surrounding a potential hire. As a […]

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Best Picnic Spots in NYC

Posted on: September 26th, 2017
picnic

There are very few pleasures in life that are as simple as cooking/eating outside. It’s hard to explain what’s so exciting about it; it just is. It must be some residual primal instinct; after all, in the grand scheme of things, cooking and eating in houses is a very recent trend. Well, whatever the reason, […]

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6 Tips to Make Business Trips More Fun

Posted on: September 19th, 2017
business trips

Travelling for business can be fun for most people when it’s new. However, if you do it often, little annoyances like airport delays, long lines and congestion start getting to you making travel really boring. Our JFK limo service will make the trip less boring and stressful for you by providing you safe, comfortable and […]

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Fun Fall Activities to Do in Long Island

Posted on: September 12th, 2017
long island

Autumn is here. Fall is perfect for a trip to Long Island. It’s time for harvest festivals, county fairs, and celebrating Halloween. Here are some fun activities in Long Island. Grande Festa Italiana The festival is an annual, end-of-summer tradition in Port Washington. If you’re visiting Long Island with your family, you won’t want to […]

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Steer Clear of Travel Angst by Following 5 Essential Guidelines

Posted on: September 5th, 2017
travel

Traveling is an amazing experience which we think should be enjoyed by everyone, all the time. And we think that traveling for work can be just as fruitful as traveling for fun. Nevertheless, there are those who might be having trouble holding on to their positive state of mind in certain scenarios. If this is […]

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Fantastic Labor Day Weekend Activities in and Around Long Island

Posted on: August 31st, 2017
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Labor Day honors American workers for all their hard work with a well-deserved three-day weekend that not only allows them to unwind, but gives them a bit of closure on the passing of the summer. If you’re in Long Island, however, you’re in luck because we have the perfect activities to cure your end-of-summer blues. […]

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Best Tips for Stress-Free Airport Travel

Posted on: August 22nd, 2017
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Fewer things are as exciting as getting on a plane to a new destination; think of all the possibilities, everything you might find. However, there is one aspect of traveling that a lot of us dislike and that’s the struggle that comes with dealing with airports. Everything from parking, to flight schedules, to baggage claim. […]

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The Top 3 Advantages to Setting Clear Career Goals

Posted on: August 15th, 2017
career goals

A career means different things to different people. It can be a major priority to some and just a stepping stone to others. Nonetheless, regardless of how you look at it, having a clear image about your career goals might just be more helpful than you thought. In life, you never stop evolving and learning […]

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Does wearable technology have a place in Business Travel?

Posted on: August 8th, 2017
wearable technology

Frequent business travelers know what a drag being on the road can be. Sleeping in hotels, dealing with strangers and having to handle the stress of airports or driving can be bad enough. Still, you’ve also got to make sure that you’re fully prepared and know exactly when and where all of your meetings, presentations, […]

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