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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Driving in San Diego

Renting a car when you are traveling is one thing that most tourists don’t realize until it is too late. When you are abroad or in an unfamiliar city it is important to have and enjoy the comfort and safety of driving a rented car to get around the city. The safety and comfort of having your own form of transportation should be taken into consideration. Let’s say for example you need to be in San Diego for a 3 day business conference. When you rent a car in san diego, driving from your hotel to the conference venue will be a lot easier than exhausting yourself running after cabs or getting lost in a train station. You’ll save a lot of time and energy and of course, MONEY with rented cars. Renting a car is easier when you book online. You can search through many car rental deals from major rent-a-car companies. You can find the car that suits your needs best, whether you want a truck, a sedan or a convertible. Check out the cars available by following on the link and compare exceptional car rates. Side Step guarantees you the lowest rates for daily and weekly car rental specials.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Hi Ate Pie, we (the family) just came from Escondido CA, last Sat-Sun which is about 20 miles away from San Diego. We went to Wild Animal Park and my kids enjoyed it. We wnt to a few malls and shopping plazas looking for a Target dept. store to buy some stuff that we forgot to bring. We also went to Westfield North County Mall. We watched "Zohan" from Regal Cinemas. It was cheesy but very funny. The only thing that I noticed was there were only a few buses and 1 taxi that I saw. Coming from LA, I wonder how people from this place commute to and from work. Gas prices are ridiculous, I pay $4.52 a gallon of premium because my truck (Toyota FJ Cruiser) recommends premium gas only. I remember when I had my 1st car 10 years ago it was $1.34 a gallon for premium. Just my 2 cents...

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