Check Out the Spring Flowers with RelayRides

May flowers are here, and with Memorial Day around the corner, blogger Nicholas Pell has tips for checking out the spring blooms near you Spring is springing and flowers are in bloom. This makes it an ideal time to rent a car from the RelayRides marketplace and get yourself out of the city. Driving around...
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5 Great Memorial Day Weekend Escapes

Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner–start planning your trip today! RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell has some great suggestions It’s Memorial Day and that means the beginning of summer. It also means an extra long weekend. What better time to get out of the city and start enjoying the nation’s state and national parks...
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International Car/Ride Sharing Options

While RelayRides isn’t available worldwide, our blogger Nicholas Pell shares great car/ride sharing options for trips abroad RelayRides peer-to-peer car-sharing service is great, but there’s one small problem–we’re only in the United States. When you travel internationally, you’re going to need another way to get around without a car. As usual, fleet-based car-rental services are...
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Ideas for Getting Away This Super Bowl Weekend

While most Americans are excited about the Super Bowl, some would rather get away. RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell shares ideas for getting out of town It’s Super Bowl Sunday this weekend. And while that has sports fans getting excited, if you’re the type of person who doesn’t much care one way or the other about...
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Great Travel Tips for MLK Weekend

RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell shares some great trips for the MLK holiday weekend, including some great ways to honor MLK’s legacy Of course, if you are in Washington, D.C., or the Beltway, an easy, car-free way to truly celebrate the spirit and contributions of Dr. King would be to visit his memorial, which will certainly...
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Adventure Tips from a World Traveler

RelayRides blogger Sydney Jarod catches up with one of RelayRides’ most well-traveled members Francis Tapon to get some travel tips Francis Tapon lives an unconventional life. While working for years as an IT executive, he carefully saved up to 80% of his income per year so that he could one day quit his job and...
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Top-Five Ski Trips (and How to Get There on the Cheap)

Boarders and skiers all know that November means that first snow is weeks-maybe even days-away, so RelayRides blogger Sydney Jarod shares some advice on how to get to your favorite slopes cheaply. Winter is on its way in a hurry–for all of our car owners, don’t forget to winterize your car. And while a chilly...
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Up in the Air: Best Business Travel Sites

Guest post by Annie Wang. Originally appeared on NerdWallet | Travel So you’re a business traveler. This means you have airport security down to a science. And you’re glued to your laptop during the flight. You’re always chasing after taxis. Oh, and your suits are always wrinkled. What does a business traveler have to do...
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