San Francisco Limo
World business and political leaders wanting the newest and latest in comfort and security presented Maybach engineers with a challenge. The challenge was to build a luxury limousine befitting a head of state that also includes security features often found in armored personnel carriers. It appears that Maybach’s engineers were up to the task as the Maybach Guard made its debut near company headquarters in Sindelfingen, Germany.
San Francisco’s Inner Richmond neighborhood is another of our city’s overlooked jewels. While tourists flock to Fisherman’s Wharf, The Haight and other touristy areas of our fair city, San Franciscans and other Bay Area residents are perfectly happy to have Inner Richmond to themselves. However, that may not last as this unique neighborhood is quickly gaining the reputation of a foodie’s paradise with some of the city’s best restaurants gaining a national and international reputation for excellence.
Global Transportation Organization Asking Taxis and Limousines to Go Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
The Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association (TLPA) is urging members of its worldwide organization to paint one vehicle in their fleet pink to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition to the painted vehicle, the TLPA is asking participants in its “Pink Ride” campaign to donate funds to promote research in the fight against a disease that affects one in eight women in their lifetime. They ask members to paint all or a portion of one of their vehicles pink or affix the official pink ribbon decal with the TLPA logo with the words “Pink Ride” next to it.
Whether you’re a wine aficionado or not, a Napa Valley tour is good for your soul and can provide a much-needed respite to everyday concerns. There’s an easy roll to the land in Napa Valley, and most of the hills are groomed with rows of some of the best wine-producing grapes in the world. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know a Pinot from a Port or a Beaujolais from a Bordeaux. You don’t have to be an oenophile to enjoy good wine, good taste and good times with friends. You just have to take a break from the everyday, call some friends, rent a Bay Area limousine and choose from one of our tours or create a custom wine tour of your own.
No matter how much you love your job and your co-workers, it is human nature to look forward to the weekends. Weekends are when your time is your own and you can spend it on meaningful activities such as manufacturing reasons to avoid the house and yard work that you know needs to get done. It is also human nature to fall into routines. We get up, go to work, come home, eat, sleep, get up, go to work, etc. There’s nothing wrong with routines, but they are boring. Boring and repetitive. But there is good news: it is human nature to rebel against boredom and repetition. It’s easy to transform a Tuesday and Wednesday into a Saturday and Sunday if you’re willing to defy your routine.