On my recent drive through Switzerland, I learned a few things about driving in the country before heading out, and I was glad I did! I just wanted to write up a pretty short little post here as a guide for any of you who might be planning on taking a little road trip through Switzerland.
There’s something you should know if you’re planning on coming to Los Angeles: it’s a difficult place to find a parking spot in.You might laugh and think, no big deal…I can deal with that. Seriously though, I’m telling you: parking in Los Angeles is hard. Really hard. Telling you that it’s hard might be the understatement of the century, actually. Let me re-phrase that:
Finding parking in Los Angeles is an extremely, incredibly frustrating activity.
I mean, come ON. Who builds a city that has such crap public transportation that the entire city is forced to get around by car, and then NOT build in suitable parking? Honestly!
In the first post in this series, we talked about some tips to make the trip more entertaining. This post is about preparation for a road trip. It’s all the boring yet necessary stuff you should probably do before you hit the road.
The Great American Road Trip is a beloved pastime in my country. However, as my country is also enormous with large areas of unoccupied wide open spaces, it can also be boring. If you’re planning a road trip (in any country!), you might want to follow a few of these tips to make your journey smooth and entertaining.
Hello friends! I’m happy to announce we have a guest post today. Olivia from GreatLost.com has written us some tips for taking a scenic road trip around New South Wales, Australia. I had the pleasure of visiting Sydney, Australia (which is in New South Wales) in 2015 and I can tell you there is no end to the things to see and do in the area. I did go on a few outings but would love to head back down there to check out some of these amazing road trips. If you’re heading to the area soon, you may want to consider adding some of these drives to your itinerary. Enjoy!
Do yourself a favor: If you ever plan on driving from California to central or East Texas, don’t. Buy a plane ticket instead.
Prior to our trip to Australia last year, neither my husband nor myself had driven on the opposite side of the road. Sure, we had been to the United Kingdom and Ireland in the past, but those trips had been conducted using entirely public transportation, thus allowing us to go about our business without worrying about such bothersome things as driving.