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Yet another presidential limousine story in the news this month! The city of London, England took a radical step some years ago to combat traffic congestion that paralyzed traffic throughout the city: it began imposing a congestion charge on all vehicles entering the city, and the plan has mostly worked. Traffic in the city is down overall, and people living there can get around with much greater ease since the plan was enacted. As President Obama found out recently, no one is exempt from paying the charge to enter the city, not even presidential motorcades. Each limousine in the President’s fleet was ordered to pay the charge, but administration officials refused, saying that diplomats should be excused from paying the charges.
Alright Sharks fans, the playoffs are about to begin, and this year’s team looks poised to make another deep run into the playoffs and maybe go all the way! There are teams in the Western Conference with better records than the Sharks’, but all hockey fans know that the team with the best record is seldom the one that hoists the Stanley Cup when all is said and done. We have the offense, the defense and the goaltending to win it all this year. If you and your crew are lucky enough to score tickets, why not make your playoff experience extra special by renting a Bay Area limousine or party bus for the game?
All you Bay Area high school students beginning to make plans for this year’s prom know that it will be here before you know it! That’s why right now is the perfect time to reserve your San Francisco prom limousines for the big night! Every day you put off making your prom limo reservation, your choice of luxury vehicles dwindles, and you may not be able to reserve your first, or even second, choice. With so many San Francisco limo services out there, why should you make NLS Limo your first choice for a Bay Area prom limousine provider? Let us count the ways:
If the name Pacific Heights evokes mental images in your head of an upscale, privileged San Francisco neighborhood with grand old homes, incredible views and old money, your assumptions are absolutely right. The first generation or two of Pacific Heights residents were captains of industry, successful retailers, politicians and other moneyed, well-to-do types at the top of the social order. Suffice it to say that Pacific Heights was the place to live in San Francisco if you had the means. This neighborhood provides some of the city’s best views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay, and it is a must-visit destination for most of our city’s millions of visitors each year. This neighborhood was one of the first to have service from our city’s famous cable cars, and they continue to transport San Franciscans to this day.
San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood isn’t mentioned in many travel guides and doesn’t present the incredible photo opportunities that other city neighborhoods do. However, if you’re looking for a unique, authentic San Francisco experience, it’s worthy of your consideration. Noe Valley is a favorite location for film and TV crews. The neighborhood’s lovely Victorian homes, steep hills and views of the city have been featured in the movie “Sister Act,” the television show Nash Bridges and many other movies and TV shows.
Hiring a car to take people from one place to another in Beijing is becoming a very big business as traffic restrictions make it increasingly difficult for residents to own and drive cars. City officials have adopted these restrictions as part of a concerted effort to reduce the city’s serious traffic problems. The number of privately owned cars on Beijing’s streets has more than doubled in the last five years, creating nightmarish traffic jams and horrible air pollution problems. Taking drastic measures, Beijing officials have issued a month-long moratorium on buying cars, and they plan to issue license plates through a lottery system after the ban has expired.
A story out of Iowa caught our eye recently. A nine-year-old Southeast Iowa girl named Presley Poor, who has created and administrated fundraisers for local kids and families living in a local emergency shelter, has put her next plan in motion. She’s going to raise funds to rent a limousine and take the kids staying at a local shelter for a day at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo. Ms Poor’s most recent fundraising success involved sponsoring a pizza party for 40 kids staying with their mothers at Lydia House, an emergency shelter in Omaha. Through sheer force of will and an uncommonly generous spirit, she singlehandedly raised $300 to make this pizza party happen.
Looking for an Excuse to Get Together With Your Girlfriends? Rent a San Francisco Limo and Go on a Shopping Trip!
Everyone is so busy these days that it is very difficult to get all your girlfriends together in one place unless someone is getting married or another important event is happening. Besides, weddings and other important events mean uncomfortable shoes and clothes and social protocols to observe. Sometimes, you just want to get together and let loose. So, instead of waiting for that to happen, make it happen by renting a Bay Area limo and organizing a shopping trip! Why do you need a limo to make this happen? Let us count the ways:
While friends, families and employers are busy planning their upcoming holiday parties, you can do some planning of your own by renting a San Francisco limo to get you and yours from one party to the next. Everyone wants to have a good time at parties, but some of us tend to have too much fun and regret reaching for that last drink or two. You don’t have to rent a limo to get around during the holiday party season. There are plenty of cabs in the area. However, if you’ve ridden around in one recently, you know they are anything but comfortable and that cleanliness isn’t a priority. In addition, you can ride in a cramped, funky cab anytime. Since it’s the holidays, why not add some fun to the events? Why should you rent a limo from us this coming holiday season? Here are a few good reasons:
If the name “Deco Ghetto” seems more off-putting than enticing, then this funky, weird and eclectic San Francisco neighborhood may surprise you. Deco Ghetto, also called the Hub and Mid-Market depending on your demographic and how long you’ve lived in San Francisco, is a part of the city very much in transition. What were once empty storefronts are now trendy cafes, bars, coffee shops and trendy shops selling all sorts of things. The neighborhood derives its name from the profusion of furniture stores in the area selling, you guessed it, Art Deco furniture. Drawn to the area by cheap rents and a new crop of homeowners seeking nouveau home furnishings without the nouveau sticker shock, furniture retailers here have thrived, and the new name evolved with the neighborhood.