Jacob's Limousine transports passengers around the greater Boston and Southern New Hampshire area as an extension of Harris Limousine, which has been in operation for more than a decade. The company's extensively trained drivers cruise around the city in luxuriously appointed vehicles outfitted with plush seats, wood accents, and leather trim. They shuttle flight-bound patrons to the airport in three-passenger sedans, helping them avoid the hassles of finding parking or digging a hole large enough to hide their car. Combined with Harris Limousine, the fleet also contains a stretch SUV Hummer, a mini party bus, and a stretch Denali to accommodate groups of 10 or more.
For more than a decade, Harris Limousine's extensively trained drivers have transported passengers around town in luxuriously appointed vehicles outfitted with plush seats complemented by wood accents and leather trim. They shuttle flight-bound patrons to the airport in three-passenger sedans or a four-passenger SUV, helping them avoid the hassles of finding parking or digging a hole large enough to hide their car. Drivers also whisk passengers away aboard 6- or 10-passenger limousines to bars and clubs, a matrimonial ceremony, or a business meeting at a grocery store. The fleet contains a stretch SUV Hummer, a mini party bus, and a stretch Denali to accommodate groups of 10 or more.
In 2004, Chelmsford Limousine Service and Border Limousine Service merged, combining years of chauffeur experience to comfortably and promptly ferry clients to their destinations. Professionally trained chauffeurs operate a fleet of vans and sedans, which shuttle passengers to and from regional airports, as well as 8-, 10-, and 14-passenger limousines that cruise to weddings, proms, and fancy taco stands. Chauffeur service is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
A Class Limo's sleek luxury vehicles make for a classy, comfortable, and safe ride to nearby airports. They report to clients' doortsteps at any time, even before early-morning flights, and have enough space for luggage as well as invigorating yoga stretches.
The swimsuit-clad guests at Skyventure New Hampshire's Surf's Up attraction may not be going anywhere, but they're having lots of fun along the way. Designed to be the largest indoor wave park of its kind, the new venue from simulated-extreme-sports specialists sets surfers atop a standing wave that can?depending on the settings of its modular SurfStream machine?reach heights of 6 feet. Surfers with experience can use it to stay conditioned and improve their balance on barrel waves year round, while beginners can more easily learn to mount their boards in a 100% jellyfish-free setting. As reported on the Discovery Channel, the machine can release a rush of 750,000 liters of water per minute. And because the water temperature is kept at a mild 83 degrees, no wetsuits are necessary.
At 32 feet wide?making it the largest in North America, the owners say?the surf pool is a star attraction. But it's not the only one. There's also the FishPipe, a wildly spinning water-filled sphere that replicates the thrill of an ultra-steep water slide, a 24-foot Nicros art rock wall with an auto-belay system, and SkyVenture itself. The last provides the surreal thrill of falling slowly through the air with no need for a parachute?it's an indoor, vertical wind tunnel, of a kind used not only by everyday thrill-seekers but also by pro skydivers.
Right beside the rolling waters and powerful winds is the Oasis Cafe Restaurant, which completes the beachy experience with a thatched roof and tabletop shakers of sand. Even approaching the wave park puts surfers in a tropical mood?its exterior is bedecked with towering palm trees and other tiki trimmings.
The chauffeurs at Boston LIMO Company can often be recognized by their sleek black Lincoln Town Cars maneuvering around the city's highways. In these chic chariots sit safe and contented passengers, who might be relying on the driver to get them to the airport on time, to a meeting downtown, or to the senior prom. As the driver navigates traffic, the client can simply wile away the miles by taking a power nap or holding their phone number against the window until someone calls them for a riveting conversation.