Would you rather fly or drive to your vacation destination?
I would drive if the car is relevant and I have enough time for it. But in most cases I have to fly. Time is money.....
Sail to any destination across water, ride horseback to any destination on land!
Flying is often quicker. But driving while it can take longer gives you the chance to look and enjoy the landscape especially if you have a convertible car. While flying the views can be magnificent but not as good or as much as you will see if you drive. Also driving can help build mental stamina too.
Flying is fun , but driving explores all the places in between if you have time. I'll drive if at all possible!
If I was younger I'd probably say fly there because it's quicker, and flying was actually fun back then. But now that I'm a little older I prefer to drive so I don't have to deal with airport security, lines, rental cars, taxis, and more. It seems quicker to drive anywhere now than it did 15 years ago, and there were many perks in flying then, too, that I don't get now.
It depends on the distance. If it's one state over, I can drive. If it's across the country or outside it, I'll definitely fly.
depends how easy or how hard the journey is. Who I am traveling with. And also whether the scenery on the way would be captivating or not
If overseas like the trip we are planning then we fly as it will cost too much by ship & I love flying.
Once in Europe etc we prefer to drive so we can explore more of the countries and places you would not see if you are just flying .
I would like to do a couple of train trips/cruises as well ! We are going to Alaska as well on a cruise !
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