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The many stigmas surrounding the sluggishness and spitball susceptibility of school buses and public transit are rendered inane by the sleek comforts of Blue Groundways' buses. Each Blue Groundways bus is an indulgence-vessel on six wheels, offering the musicality of Sirius satellite radio, the connection of on-board WiFi, five-star service from friendly attendants, beverages to hydrate your journey, and the most recent movie releases played on a slick video system. Scheduled routes include a Friday ride that starts in Santa Rosa and travels along Route 42 to Petaluma and Sacramento before arriving in Lake Tahoe and then later in Reno, returning back home on Sundays. The San Francisco to Reno route leaves on Fridays and Sundays with return trips on Saturdays and Sundays, making stops in both Lake Tahoe and Sacramento. Check out the route map for pick-up locations.
From the moment customers pull into the lot, Anza Parking streamlines the process of airport travel. Free valet service allows patrons to hop out of their cars and immediately hand their luggage to an attendant, who will load it onto one of the shuttles that leave for the terminal every five to eight minutes. Those who prefer to park their own rides can avoid lugging their baggage through the lot with courtesy rides to a waiting shuttle, which will take a mere 10 minutes to ride to the terminal. After hopping off return flights, customers need only board one of the 24/7 shuttles at the airport, show the driver their location card with details where their car is, and hope that the bee trapped inside the cabin has died, preventing yet another multiday trip.
Since it began flying in 2007, Virgin America has focused on making air travel exciting again, starting with giving passengers more control of the experience. Virgin America's planes come equipped with 9-inch touchscreens, where food and drink orders can be quickly tapped out and paid. The Red entertainment system makes a library of movies, TV shows, and nearly 3,000 MP3s available on demand. Virgin America has also enhanced the passenger experience by becoming the first airline to offer in-flight WiFi access during every flight. One-way fares start at $109 for flights between ORD and San Francisco International Airport (SFO), including government taxes and mandatory fees; restrictions apply. Baggage weight and size limits apply; see full list of rules here.Named the best domestic airline for four consecutive years by both Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure, Virgin America has won over travelers not only for its quality service but also for its creative flourishes. Mood lighting glows in sunset hues, and hot-pink headphones (available for an additional fee) tuck into the back pockets of posh black-leather seats. Decorative touches even enliven Virgin's airport terminals. Designed by esteemed Gensler architects, the airline's futuristic SFO hub was called "one of the most modern way stations…in the country and perhaps the world" by USA Today, with crimson egg chairs, a recomposure zone after the security checkpoint, and telekinetic luggage handlers.Virgin America terms and conditions apply.Gogo terms and conditions apply.
Drivers are only as good as their cars, which is why SFC Limo's ace chauffeurs keep a fleet of superior sedans and stretch limos on hand. They rev up the stretch limos during weddings and specialty group trips to Muir Woods, Napa Valley, and throughout downtown San Francisco. Passengers can customize the daylong jaunts by telling their driver to head toward a certain nightspot, park alongside a specific scenic view, or veer into a certain winery to get the ghosts of the California Raisins off their trail. For more business-minded migrations, the drivers hop into their sedans and transport guests to San Jose, Oakland, or San Francisco airports.
The safe and punctual chauffeurs from AAA City Limo whisk passengers off to Bay-area destinations inside plush sedans, limousines, and stretch SUVs. With a professional driver at the wheel, riders can relax as they the freedom to crack open a bottle from a wine country tour and the opportunity to set a new world record for getting truck drivers to honk. Travelers can call upon the team for assistance with transportation to a wide variety of events and locations, including the airport, school proms, or just a tour around the city.
Social Limousine's sharp black or white rides provide smooth, luxurious transport for passengers heading to special events, on area tours, or to or from the airport. Experienced drivers pilot a fleet that includes luxury sedans with extra legroom and SUVs with enough space to hold a year’s supply of bacon. Fiber-optic lighting casts a otherworldly glow inside stretch limousines outfitted with leather seats, DVD players, flat-screen TVs, and minibars. Roomier SUV limousines can hold up to 16–20 passengers, as can the limo buses, which play music on upgraded sound systems as passengers gather around the bar and table to toast Henry Ford’s decision to focus on automobiles instead of ox carts. For a fee, drivers will stop at a Starbucks and pick up a hot cup of coffee to help early bird passengers wake up en route.