Modes of Travel
CheckPoint: Modes of Travel Lynda Harrell HTT/200 12/02/2011 Karen Stevens CheckPoint: Modes of Travel It is plenty ways to travel when going on vacation or business trips. You can take a car, bus, boat or an airplane. It really depends on how fast you want to arrive at your destination. Some people choose to arrive fast so they will take an airplane; some people like to sight see they prefer to take a car, bus, or train. Travel by Airplane When you are traveling by airplane it would cost a family of five going from Mobile, Alabama to Orlando Florida for a week would cost $2411. 0 just for airfare. When you are booking a vacation you can get a package deal that will sometimes include airfare, hotel and rental car all for one price. Traveling by Bus When you want to take a trip and you want to see the countryside you can take a bus to get there. When you are taking a bus it will usually take you longer to arrive at your destination. When you are traveling by bus from Mobile, Alabama to Orlando Florida, it would cost a family of five, $740. 00 for round trip bus fare. Traveling by Car You can travel by car and you can save some money to use for your vacation.
When you are traveling by car you from Mobile, Alabama to Orlando Florida it would cost you the price of gas and your food. When traveling by car you can expect to spend at least $150. 00 plus on gas alone. You might spend less money on gas but that depends on what kind of gas mileage you get. When traveling by car you can take your time and plan other activities along the way. You can plan your route that you would want to take for you can stop and sight sees. When you are planning a trip you would want to decide how you would want to travel and how fast you want to arrive at your destination.
You will want to plan all your cost and what you might want to do along the way. When I am traveling I really like drive the car because I can stop when I want to and eat, shop or just sight see. Sometimes when you plan your trip you might see something along the way that you would like to do. If you are drive a car you are able to stop and enjoy new adventures. References Powers, T. , & Barrows, C. W. (2006). Introduction to the hospitality industry (6th ed. ). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. www. greyhound. com www. delta. com