Car, Bus, Train, Boat or Plane? What is your favorite mode of transportation wh

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  1. ldferb profile image59
    ldferbposted 10 years ago

    Car, Bus, Train, Boat or Plane?  What is your favorite mode of transportation when you vacation?

    I know this most likely decided depending on where you are going, but what is your favorite way to travel?

  2. SidKemp profile image83
    SidKempposted 10 years ago

    Wherever I'm going, I want to walk a lot when I get there!

    There is nothing like a train ride - it's been many years, but trains are very special.

  3. Eric Calderwood profile image72
    Eric Calderwoodposted 10 years ago

    I like going by car the best.  If I fly somewhere I don't really feel like I've visited that place because I didn't really experience the places in between.  Going by bus is usually tiring because of the long round about way they travel in order to pick up other passengers and the overcrowded conditions.  I have enjoyed train rides, but again, I like to do the actual driving in order to feel like I have actually traveled to that place.

  4. alian346 profile image70
    alian346posted 10 years ago

    Definitely in the train as you can relax and watch the countryside go by. And there are some wonderful train journeys to do on this planet!

  5. jeanniedoe profile image56
    jeanniedoeposted 10 years ago

    I like car because I can stop by any one I want  and does sight seeing without any hassle.

  6. AtlasSue profile image66
    AtlasSueposted 10 years ago

    Cruise ship - especially the larger ships that are now like floating resorts with tons of entertainment, dining and activities.  Also a great choice for people traveling with kids, so they can sign them up for children's programs in their appropriate age group, and grown ups can have some down time - you don't get that in a car!  That being said if you are going to Europe for the first time you may want to go by bus or train so that you get more time in each city rather than the 1 day in port the cruise ship provides.

  7. MrsLWarner profile image69
    MrsLWarnerposted 10 years ago

    If I'm able to drive, then a Car! I like being in control of my own safety.

  8. freecampingaussie profile image60
    freecampingaussieposted 10 years ago

    A plane to get to the country we want to expore ,A car for freedom to see the places trains don't go and in our own time is really good  - We enjoy being on a boat to explore rivers , lakes etc   where the car cannot go & a train ride occasionally into a city to avoid major traffic  or to see amazing scenery !!

    They all have their benefits . Love the take off on the plane !!


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