Since 2000, Time Limo has blended the attentive care of a small family business with the resources and professionalism of a much larger production. Their skilled drivers safely maneuver Lincoln Town Cars, Cadillac Escalades, and Chevy Suburbans through the streets of San Diego and surrounding regions at all hours, seven days a week. The contemporary luxury cars and SUVs, each meticulously maintained to preserve a new-car smell into their golden years, cushion bottoms with plush leather seats and afford panoramic views of the skyline through long windows. Though chauffeurs devote a large chunk of their time to corporate transportation, their services encompass everything from airport transfers to prom trips to quick getaways for bailing prom chaperones.
For more than a decade, Carpe Diem Limousine & Transportation’s team of fully trained chauffeurs has escorted clients through San Diego's streets efficiently and in style. The sleek, diverse fleet includes everything from Lincoln Town Cars to stretch Hummers to party buses that can seat up to 57 passengers. Along with safely transporting parties to wedding receptions or wineries, drivers can ferry travelers to and from the airport in luxury without risking sinking into the city's roads paved with caviar.
Nstyle ferries funthusiasts in a luxury fleet, with rigs such as Lincoln Navigators and Chrysler 300 Executive sedans equipped with satellite entertainment and discreet tinted windows. Drivers will happily gather guests in the one-way car service for a date night, an airport pick-up or drop-off, a fun golf outing, or a city council overthrow. The vehicles amenities are as variegated as a jellybean jar, with equipment such as DVD players and fold-down footrests, as well as elegant leather interiors. Whisking wayfarers willy-nilly with white-glove service, Nstyle's bus whisperers maintain immaculately clean buggies, comfortable conveyance, and 100% Angus-beef garages.
Today’s Groupon cruises you through the city in high style. For $35, you get an hour in a limo (up to a $86 value) or a credit toward a limo bus from Arti Limousine. Purchase up to three hours to get three hours in a limo, which hold one–nine people depending on the car you choose, or put your three Groupons toward a limo bus, which seats 20–40 and runs $155–$325 per hour.1621, Plymouth Plantation: Unlike today’s traditional Thanksgiving turkey, the menu at the first Thanksgiving consisted of local affordables (mashed bees, pickled apples, and “water.”) 1891, Washington, DC: After the traditional pardoning of a Thanksgiving turkey, President Benjamin Harrison makes the turkey his Secretary of Commerce. 1998, Omaha, Nebraska: Thanksgiving is ruined for one Richie Harrington when his father’s slip of the tongue reveals that his current family is not dad’s first, or favorite. 2019: A brief respite from the howling winds and constant lightning allows the residents of a place once called America to reflect.
Terramoto offers clients convenient and environmentally friendly transportation services that allow travelers to quickly get around town without lugging luggage on a tandem bike or alarming neighborhood dogs with an ostrich rickshaw. Boasting a hybrid fleet of leather-lined Toyota Prius and Highlander vehicles, Terramoto provides transportation services that are more comfortable than taking a taxi and safer than hopping off an overpass onto a bus roof. All vehicles are driven by experienced professionals, who provide limousine-quality service with unmatched friendliness and refreshingly casual amiability. After scheduling a pick-up time, customers and their luggage or collection of preserved-insect specimens will be transported anywhere in San Diego County. Additionally, Terramoto helps save the environment by planting a tree after every trip with a donation to Plant a Billion.
San Diego's Park, Shuttle & Fly's fenced-in parking lots house automobiles and monitor them with 24-hour surveillance as their owners are whisked to San Diego International Airport via 24-hour shuttles. Travelers can safely leave their vehicles behind in the parking lot's fenced, well-lit confines for three, five, or seven days as they cruise promptly to the airport on the free shuttle. While patrons are gallivanting about, an eagle-eyed staff attends to the cars at all hours to protect them from theft, vandalism, or breaking into fights over how many miles they've put on. Whether returning from a business trip in the wee hours of the morning or arriving in the middle of the night from a window-washer convention, customers can retrieve their four-wheeled steeds with access to the lot 24 hours per day. Upon arrival back at the airport, travelers may call and expect prompt shuttles to scoop them up and escort them to their cars.