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Summer Travel

Ah. The calendar page flips to June, and our minds skip to travel. What constitutes “travel” and what is on your summer bucket list? Travel in our family can mean crossing the “Orange Curtain” from OC to LA, or heading to San Diego. Or it can mean we head to Lake Tahoe, Lake Michigan, or Lake Louise. VIP Limousines and Continue Reading...

4th of July Quiz Answers and Legoland

How’d you do on the 4th of July quiz? Here are the answers: 56 signers to the Declaration of Independence 13 colonies made up the newly formed “United States.” The name of the body that approved the Declaration was the Continental Congress. 2.5 million people lived in the 13 colonies in 1776. There are now about 316 million people in Continue Reading...

4th of July – Two Bowls, a Queen and a Quiz

Yes! Yes! Yes! Please call 800-735-7535 NOW for your 4th of July Fireworks bookings. Fireworks are everywhere, and lots of people want to see the biggest and the best. Here are the biggies: the Rose Bowl (the 88th annual celebration), the Hollywood Bowl (Steve Martin will be there!), and the Queen Mary. (You must buy tickets to board the ship, Continue Reading...

Summer Safety

Did you know that June is National Safety Month? If you go to this website for the National Safety Council, you can find all sorts of tips for having a safe summer. Topics include Sun Safety, Water Safety, Surviving the Hot Weather, Impaired Driving, and Fireworks Safety. Here, you can see exactly what the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Continue Reading...

May Museum Madness

We have TWO Presidential museums in Southern California: The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library in Simi Valley, and the Richard Nixon Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, which we mentioned in our October blog. They’re both wonderful. What about the Getty? We have TWO of those, too. There’s the Getty in LA and the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades. Continue Reading...

Business Conferences

here are tons of conferences all year round, but we thought we’d post a few that are coming up soon to remind you that we can take your company or group to any meeting in Southern California or even out of the state (like Las Vegas, for instance). You can maximize your time by staging a meeting in our vehicle Continue Reading...

The Rose Bowl

Surprise the Board of Directors. Reward the sales staff. Scrap the company picnic, and go to the iconic Rose Bowl Stadium for a tour. For the first time ever the Rose Bowl Stadium has opened its gates to the public for guided tours. Guests have the chance to walk through a National Historic Landmark where countless moments in history have Continue Reading...

Happy Mother’s Day

What’s a unique way to make the moms in your life feel special on Mother’s Day? Right! A limousine ride! Where would you go, then? Let VIP Limousines and Coaches take the whole family to a very special QUEEN MARY MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH. Dubbed “Southern California’s Best Brunch,” this champagne drenched event accompanied by live music should be a hit. Continue Reading...

Joshua Tree National Park

The Joshua Tree National Park is near enough to the Southern California basin (about 2 hours) that you can go for the day. The Website gives you a flavor for this enchanting park that houses the twisted, spiky Joshua tree, tortoises, lizards, and other desert denizens and plants. The park offers activities for four hours or for a full day, Continue Reading...

Plan a Day at the Getty

With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, we often find ourselves getting stuck in routine and failing to venture out and enjoy some of the great museums in our own backyard. So next time you’re wondering how to spend Saturday with the family, plan a trip the The Getty in LA. Admission is always free at the museum and Continue Reading...