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Best Kept Secrets of Chicago

Posted on Apr 5th 2016 by Pontarelli Chicago Limousine Service

What You Don’t Know About Chicago The Windy City offers its visitor an unforgettable experience, from the remarkable combination between traditional and modern architecture styles to restaurants, parks and concert venues. Some of them are so popular and known worldwide, but others...

Gadgets to Make Business Travel Better

Posted on Feb 2nd 2016 by Pontarelli Chicago Limousine Service

Unfortunately, even well-planned business trips have hiccups. However, by using certain gadgets for corporate travel, you can make things less stressful and more productive. When you choose the right gadgets and take advantage of limo service in Chicago, you will actually begin to enjoy...

Travel Tips: The Top 10 Museums in the United States

Posted on Nov 4th 2015 by Pontarelli Chicago Limousine Service

If you have a passion for the Fine Arts, nothing beats spending time at one of the best museums in the United States. Because there are so many incredible options, you have the opportunity to visit different museums during your travels. And with many museums and constantly changing...

Travel Tips: 7 Ways to Unwind While Traveling

Posted on Sep 10th 2015 by Pontarelli Chicago Limousine Service

Feeling stressed while traveling is a common occurrence. If you travel often, spend a significant amount of time in meetings, or follow extremely busy schedules while on the road, you need options for unwinding. In addition to helping you focus, be more productive, and enjoy the time away...

Top 10 Attractions in Chicago

Posted on Aug 26th 2015 by Pontarelli Chicago Limousine Service

Chicago is a vibrant city that offers many remarkable things to see and do. If you have a planned trip to the “Windy City,” any of the following suggestions should be considered. Amazing Places of Interest Art Institute of Chicago – This museum has hundreds of thousands...

Business Travel Tips: Executive Etiquette for Business Dinners

Posted on Jul 29th 2015 by Pontarelli Chicago Limousine Service

The way you conduct yourself around people while at a business dinner could help seal an important deal or quickly shut things down. Even if you have been a top executive for years and conducting business travel, there will always be business dinners that are uncomfortable for one reason...

Comparing TSA Pre-check with Global Entry and Nexus Programs

Posted on Mar 25th 2015 by Pontarelli Chicago Limousine Service

Whether you are a frequent business traveler yourself or are tasked with making travel arrangements for people in your company who must fly on a regular basis, one of the highest priorities you face is saving time with the Transportation Security Administration lines. Fortunately,...

Tips for Trying to Fly Out During a Snow Storm

Posted on Jan 28th 2015 by Pontarelli Chicago Limousine Service

As most travelers know, flying out of the area has been complicated somewhat due to the ever-present threat of snow. The problem is, of course, that if you're booking travel for the next couple of months, you really won't know whether snow may fall during that time; it's impossible to...

Tripoto Travel Itineraries App Updated with New Features

Posted on Jan 23rd 2015 by Pontarelli Chicago Limousine Service

Being able to easily connect with like-minded individuals while you’re on the go can make all the difference in how much you enjoy your trip, whether you are traveling for business or pleasure. The more social interaction involved, the more opportunities to discover exciting new...

Skip the Flights! 5 Reasons Why Chauffeured Transportation May Be Better for Winter Travel

Posted on Dec 4th 2014 by Pontarelli Chicago Limousine Service

Whether it's snowy or sunny, the winter months can pose some problems: the holidays ensure that the airports are continuously busy, everyone is stressed and most people are running on tight schedules. 1. With rare exceptions, ground transportation can be "delayed" but not...