Wednesday, May 29

5 Ways to Travel out of State in Style

Whether you are planning to travel with friends, family, or on your own, traveling out of state can be a fun activity. Whatever the purpose of your travel, it's always a great idea to put comfort first because looking like you've been in a war or a storm when you arrive in your destination will definitely ruin your day.

Here are 5 ways to travel out of state in style:

1. Rent a Limousine

Getting a limo to get you from one destination to the next is the most comfortable way to travel as long as you are ready to be on the road for hours. If you are in Chicago, typing limo rental Chicago on your favorite search engine will lead you to a number of rental companies that offer affordable limo service.

Why rent a limo though? Aside from the fact that riding one is awesome, it is fun to be inside a limousine because people will keep trying to see on the inside since they'd be wondering who you are. While that can be good for the ego, there are more important reasons on why you should ride a limo to your destination.  This luxury sedan usually has an entertainment center, often including a television set, expensive stereos, and some even have disco lights installed inside.

Just like the ones you see on television, some limousines also have a snack bar or bar area as well as a refrigerator. All of these amenities are there to ensure that the passenger is entertained and comfortable.

2. Ensure You Have Sturdy Bags

Your luggage doesn't have to sport a high end brand but ensure that your bags are sturdy so that your things will not be spilling out right in front of a lot of people. While this consideration is a minor detail, having to buy another set of bags in your destination can ruin your whole trip. Whether you'd be in a limo or on a plane, mishaps happen to luggage and if you're not in luck, your bag might just rip open. Leather bags are a fine choice when deciding on what type of bag you should bring while travelling. If you haven't bought a suitcase just yet, buy one that will last long.

3. Catch a Plane
Boarding a plane is the fastest and easiest way to get from point A to point B, but before you board that plane, you should arrange for transport that will take you from the airport to your accommodation. Getting a limo is one good way to make your travel experience a better. Doing this will mean you will be chauffeured from the airport to your hotel and anywhere else you please after that. Even if you're just traveling from one state to another, your personal comfort should not be compromised. Being comfortable all the way will make your travel experience a more memorable one.

4. Wear Mega Stylish Pieces

It doesn't matter where you're headed, if you want to travel in style, you should wear pieces that are as put-together as your luggage and your travel arrangements. Comfort, as mentioned before, should be your number one priority when it comes to your mode of dress. The question is how can you be stylish without wearing something uncomfortable?

There are a lot of fashionable pieces to choose from. For women, the most difficult to pack would be their shoes and more often than not, it's these shoes that will cause a lot of discomfort too while waiting for your transportation. To ensure that you are comfortable and your feet are protected both from germs and extreme temperature, wearing boots with a zipper is a bright idea.

Don't forget to bring your sunglasses. No matter how cold or hot the place you're going to is you would need your sunglasses to protect your eyes from harmful rays of the sun. They are quite fashionable as well and they go with any outfit. Other things you should bring include a blanket scarf, an extra blouse or shirt, and extra underwear.

5. Ditch the Towel

It is second nature for many travelers to bring a towel with them when traveling. Regardless of where you're going, chances are you won't need them because towels are provided in every hotel or inn around the globe. If you are going camping, bringing a small towel or using your blanket scarf to pat yourself dry is a fine idea. Not bringing a towel will mean more space for your other items and will also mean that you will not have to deal with the hassle of carrying too many bags once you're in your destination.

About the author: Sam Moser is a freelance content writer who has been writing about the travel industry for the last 5 years.  He has most recently been writing guest posts for Echo Limousine.