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Treat Yourself to a Night Out with M&M Limo

February 26th, 2014 by MM Airport Blog

You’ve worked hard all week at the office and now it’s time to enjoy the weekend. Most people in South Florida would love to treat themselves to a night out on the town. From West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale and all the way down to Miami, there are plenty of things to do and places to see. But too often, people choose to stay home because they don’t want the hassle of finding a designated driver, dealing with South Florida traffic or driving for miles just to find that elusive parking space. But when you choose M & M Limo & Airport Service, all of those headaches are eliminated.

When you’re going out with a group of friends, the last thing you want to worry about is how everyone is going to get home safely. Everyone should drink responsibly when enjoying a night out, but sometimes it can be difficult to determine how much is enough. Partying safe is the best way to have a good time. A limousine service can ensure you and your friends will arrive at your destination on time and can leave with complete peace of mind. M & M’s chauffeurs are highly dependable and can accommodate any of your special requests.

There are a wide variety of benefits by choosing a limousine service. It’s a great way to impress your friends or business associates with luxurious comfort and a great sense of style. With M & M’s fleet of elegant limousines, you can bring as many guests as you’d like. M & M Limo in Boca Raton, FL can organize your evening destination plans based on your request to make your night on the town the perfect evening experience.

If you’re going to a concert or want to enjoy a play at the theater, driving can be hassle. Even if you have GPS in your car, dealing with South Florida traffic can be a pain. But when you choose M &M Limo & Airport Service, you can arrive at the venue on time feeling like a rock star. It makes your experience better and you can enjoy the show without having to clamor around for a parking space.

Just as there are so many different places to see in South Florida, there are also plenty of things to do. A limo service is also perfect for bachelor parties, birthdays, anniversaries, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs as well as graduations. What truly makes an evening special is creating a memorable experience. You don’t have to be a rock star or a celebrity to enjoy the comforts and luxury of a limo service. But there are few things better than feeling like a VIP.  Conveniently located in Boca Raton, M & M Limo & Airport Service can provide your transportation needs from anywhere in South Florida. Call us today at (561) 488-6014.

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What Are the Advantages of an Airport Service?

January 14th, 2014 by MM Airport Blog

Do you like airports? For many people, enduring a particularly busy airport with a slew of travel delays is hardly bearable. For those who travel frequently on business, a crowded airport is just about the worst thing in the world. Experienced business travelers know all the tricks of the trade when it comes to planning, packing, managing time and of course, saving money. One of the best ways to save money when you’re flying for business or for pleasure is something many people overlook. Airport transportation in Boca Raton has come a long way in recent years thanks to the experience and dedication of the chauffeurs at M & M Limo & Airport Service. As one of the top transportation services in Boca Raton, M & M Limo & Airport Service provides punctual and safe rides to and from Miami International Airport (MIA), Fort Lauderdale- Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) and the cruise ships.

When you hire an airport service in Boca Raton, it gives you one less thing to worry about. Traveling involves a lot of stress because there’s so much that needs to be tended to. From packing bags to making sure you’re at the gate on time and everything in between, air travel is a constant headache. Having a car service to the airport eliminates one thing that can be the cause of a lot of stress. The best part about at car service is that experienced chauffeurs, dispatchers and coordinators monitor your flight constantly to make sure you are met on-time. You never have to worry about waiting for your ride after a long flight. You could leave your car at the airport, but with rates which can run you $20 per day, it’s often much cheaper to hire a chauffeur over leaving your car in the airport garage. It’s also safer to have someone drive you to your destination after a flight as the stress of travel can leave people exhausted and tired, driving is often just as dangerous as drunk driving.

M & M Limo & Airport Service is dedicated to a high level of customer service and unmatched reliability. When you take advantage of M & M’s limo service in Boca Raton, you’re working with trustworthy chauffeurs who have your best interest at heart. They’ll be waiting for you when you step off the plane to make your trip as easy and convenient as possible. You could take a taxi, but traffic and rerouting could cost you quite a bit. A flat rate car service is best way to for someone who wants to plan their expenses ahead of time. Call M & M Limo & Airport Service today and schedule your airport service today!

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Enjoy a Night on the Town with M&M Limo & Limo Service

January 2nd, 2014 by MM Airport Blog

South Florida has so much to offer when it comes to nightlife. Whether you’re hosting a party for friends in West Palm Beach or taking someone special to down to South Beach, you want to arrive at your destination in style.A limousine service can make your night out on the town convenient, memorable and luxurious. You’ll never have to worry about electing a designated driver from someone in the group and you can enjoy your evening to the fullest.

The best part about using a limo service is the convenience. If you’re visiting South Florida for the first time, you probably don’t know the highways and roads to get to the glitzy hot spots. Unless you have a GPS in your car, don’t waste time fumbling through maps and asking for directions. A professional chauffer can pick you up from a hotel, restaurant or any designated location and help you arrive at your destination promptly so you have no worries.Having your own personal driver can allow you to safely enjoy your evening without any worries.

If you’re entertaining a party of friends or business associates around town, a limo service is a great way to make a good impression. Presenting a good image can make a huge difference in closing a business deal or enjoying a romantic evening.The sight of a stretch limo is sure to impress anyone you’re bringing for a night on the town.

Another great benefit of a limo service is you can bring a large party of people along. A SUV or a sedan can only seat a small amount of people. It’s also a great economic decision.Not only can you bring more people, you can also save money by not having to use two vehicles to get to a destination. If you decide to go out of town with friends, you’ll spend less money than on a ship or plane tickets.

But the best way to enjoy your evening is by doing it safely. Limousines are considered among the safest vehicles available.Built with bulletproof steel, a VIP can be transported safely without having to deal with any threats. You’ll never have to worry about needing a designated driver. Everyone is allowed to have as much fun as they want.

M&M Limo & Airport Service can help make your evening into an unforgettable experience. Conveniently located in Boca Raton, they provide the highest level of personal chauffeured limo service in South Florida. Celebrate your evening with complete peace of mind.Call and schedule your limousine service today.

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Avoid a DUI By Hiring a Car Service in Boca Raton!

November 27th, 2013 by MM Airport Blog

One of the most prevalent crimes in the state of Florida every year is also one of the most preventable. The rate of people driving under the influence of alcohol is alarmingly high in our state yet it is easily one of the most avoidable crimes. In 2012 alone, more than 61,000 Floridians were arrested and charged with a DUI and had their life turned upside down as a result.

Florida law stipulates that someone’s first DUI warrants a one-year license suspension and a fine ranging anywhere from $500 to $2,000 depending on the circumstances. Some cases also require community service and mandatory substance abuse treatment. Those who make the decision to drive drunk a second time face far more serious fines and punishments which could very well include jail time.

Along with the fines, paying fees for your legal representation can push the overall cost of a DUI past the value of the car you were driving at the time. Some report the total cost of fighting a DUI charge at a whopping $10,000 when it’s all said and done! Rather than empty your bank account and rely on friends for rides, doesn’t it make more sense to hire a car service to chauffeur you about after a night of revelry and merriment?

M & M Limo is one of the most reliable names in transportation in Boca Raton. With a fleet of luxury cars and limousines, M & M Limo is well equipped to handle transportation for any occasion. You could rely on a taxi service to get you home after a night on the town, but there’s no guarantee you’ll be able to find one when the time comes. Scheduling a car service means our experienced drivers will be exactly where they need to be every time. Don’t squeeze the party into a tiny cab, enjoy the luxury and convenience of the transportation services provided by M & M Limo.

Hiring a designated driver not only brings your chance of getting a DUI down to 0%, but it also helps keeps the roads safer for everyone. Whether you’re enjoying a nice dinner with someone special, attending a concert or dancing at your favorite club, M & M Limo has the experience to get you home safe and sound. With the perfect vehicle for every occasion, it’s no secret that M & M Limo is one of the most trusted car services in Boca Raton. Call and schedule your car service today!

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Night Out Limousine Transport Service

July 10th, 2012 by MM Airport Blog

Night on the Town!

Transform your next evening out into a Grand Occasion!

M&M Limo & Airport Service can accommodate a couple of a crowd. Whether you go glamorous or stay understated, M&M has the perfect vehicle for you. Ride in style! Or transport a group in a large-capacity van or motor coach.

Just leave the logistics to us while you enjoy the following advantages:

•M&M will arrange to pick up and drop off every member of your party at multiple locations – home, office, hotel or hotspots – or one central gathering place.

•Avoid parking disasters at popular venues. Call us for a no-stress evening.

•Ditch the game-day traffic. Instead, use our transportation to travel to and from sporting events.

•Our Grand Occasion services are perfect for any special event, including black-tie galas and fundraisers, anniversary and birthday celebrations and parties. We can even provide our finest chauffeurs for your corporate meetings and events.

No matter what your destination, M&M Airport Service eliminates concerns about who’s driving or where to park. And you’ll never wonder about the wisdom of getting behind the wheel after a few hours of celebrating.

So next time you hit the town. Be Driven.

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Top New Cruises from Fodor’s Travel Blog

January 14th, 2012 by MM Airport Blog

January 13, 2012 – by Rachel Klein, Fodor’s Editor

Top New Cruises We’re Most Excited About!

The new year brings a slew of new cruises to suit every travelers’ taste, from family-oriented, ten-day trips to the Caribbean, to luxury, round-the-world sailings that stop in dozens of exotic ports. We’ve been flooded with news from every cruise line about their 2013 voyages, and have identified our favorites to give you the scoop on the best of what’s offered.

At the top of our list is a journey perfect for those looking for an adventurous expedition. Silversea Cruises, known for its globe-circling voyages, will have its luxury Silver Explorer set sail for a first-ever trip toCanada’s Hudson Bay in August, leaving from Reykjavik, Iceland, and stopping in Greenland before reaching the Baffin Islands. Another standout from Silversea is the Silver Spirit’s month-long trip across the Pacific, to start in February, 2013, with stops in French Polynesia, the Republic of Kiribati, plus the Hawaiian Islands.

If you’re sold on a Silversea cruise, better act fast—they’re running a special promotion that ends February 15, 2012, for a 10% discount on select 2012 trips if you book a cruise for 2013. And we can’t help but mention another deal: Also aboard the Silver Spirit , luxury cruises toSouth America and Panama for January and February, 2012, include ashipboard credit of up to $1,500 per suite. That’s a sweet deal!

Speaking of Panama, one of our top destinations for 2012Royal Caribbean has added 19 new sailings to the Panama Canal and theCaribbean for their winter 2012-2013 lineup. We’re zeroing in on their first-ever cruises to the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, for 11-night trips aboard Vision of the Seas, leaving from Ft. Lauderdale. There are four Panama sailings, also aboard Vision of the Seas, two for 14-nights, and two for 15-nights.

Planning on taking a cruise in 2013?

Call M&M Airport Service and speak with one of our customer service representatives to book your reservation today! 561 488-6014.

Photo Credit: Silversea’s Silver Wind, courtesy scott1723/flickr.


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The Days of Hidden Fees to End for Airlines Passengers

January 13th, 2012 by MM Airport Blog

January 11, 2012 By Rachel Klein Fodor’s Editor

New Rules for Airlines

The last of bait-and-switch airfare pricing may finally be upon us. At least, that’s what several new regulations going into effect by the end of January suggest. The biggest news is that all those hidden taxes and fees that increase an advertised $59 one-way fare to Florida up to $112—or $224 round-trip after all is said and done—will now need to be shown upfront, rather than at the end of the booking process. Equally appealing, passengers will also be allowed to change their reservations for free within 24 hours of booking, ending the scourge of rebooking fees.

But a handful of airlines—specifically discount carriers—think that the rule will mean losing customers and revenue. Spirit Airlines andSouthwest Airlines have filed for a court appeal, although it’s unlikely this will cause a delay in the new mandates taking effect.

In addition, travelers will see additional charges for baggage up front when booking online, and can pay in advance of arriving at the airport.

The U.S. Department of Transportation is putting the reservations and baggage rules into effect on January 24, 2012, and is telling airlines that they must disclose taxes on fares beginning on January 26, 2012.

For travelers, it’s clearly a big win, as few things are more frustrating when planning a trip than airline ticket sticker shock.

Photo credit: GA161076 / iStockphoto

 

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2012 OLYMPICS IN LONDON

December 26th, 2011 by MM Airport Blog

View of Stadium at night

2012 OLYMPICS, BOOK YOUR TRANSPORTATION NOW FOR LONDON.
Travelling to London is a wonderful experience. But you need to book your travel very early! Good luck in finding a car service last minute. The prices will be exorbitant!! If you have questions, we have the answers. Contact our office at 561 488-6014. Our customer service reps will be ready to book your ride to the airport to attend this fantastic event!

To check out the Olympics website go here:  http://www.london2012.com/

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The Perfect Airport

December 13th, 2011 by MM Airport Blog

Best of the World 2012

From the November/December 2011 issue of National Geographic Traveler.

Best of the World 2012 – All Best Trips

Remember when going to the airport was something special? Mass travel, deregulation, and security clampdowns have turned the airport experience into a real slog. But every once in a while we’re wowed by a cool local shop, world-class art, or a tranquil spot to escape the hubbub. Here’s to those standouts, which, combined, would make the perfect airport.

Architecture
Barajas, Madrid, Spain

Leave it to the Spanish, with their rich tradition of cutting-edge architecture, to build a terminal that conjures a cathedral-like vault drenched in natural light. Two-thirds of a mile long, terminal 4 at MAD won the Stirling Prize for architecture when it opened its doors in 2006. We like the way the color-coded beams that support the undulating bamboo ceiling help passengers get their bearings when they wander off to the newsstand or to grab a bocadillo (traditional baguette sandwich).

Kids Area
Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, USA

DFW’s Junior Flyers Clubs in terminals B and C are a big hit with the little aviators. The play areas are mini airports complete with runways, bridges, cars, planes, and air traffic control towers. Over in terminal D, an interactive art installation including a labyrinth-like game with curved, colored glass walls engages all ages. But the biggest attraction is the elevated Skylink: for adults, a speedy way to traverse the five terminals; for kids, a thrilling, swoopy train ride with a panoramic view of the airfield below.

Souvenirs

  • Macarons in a signature box from Ladurée, Charles de Gaulle, Paris (CDG)
  • Chocolate-covered potato chips from Esther Price, Dayton, Ohio (DAY)
  • Hand-carved wooden animal figurines from Out of Africa, Tambo, Johannesburg (JNB)
  • Willamette Valley Pinot Noir from Made in Oregon, Portland (PDX)
  • Indigenous pottery from Mata Ortiz Gallery, Puerto Vallarta (PVR)

Place to Spend the Day
Changi, Singapore

Waiting around an airport gets pretty old once you’ve tired of your magazine, Angry Birds, and listening to other people’s conversations. Not so at SIN. A veritable leisure park, the airport boasts a rooftop swimming pool (about $12), spa, beauty salons, movie theater, multimedia center with PlayStations and an MTV booth, and butterfly, orchid, cactus, and fern gardens. Have more than five hours to fill? Sign up for a free two-hour sightseeing tour of the city at booths in terminals 2 and 3.

Wi-Fi
San Francisco, California, USA

More airports, including Boston’s Logan (BOS) and Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX), deserve kudos for offering free Wi-Fi, but SFO takes it to a new level with workstations equipped with outlets throughout all terminals. In the newly remodeled terminal 2, fliers can set up their laptops at a multi-seat computer desk with comfy lounge chairs and a kids’ play area nearby for the rest of the family. “This is the first airport I’ve seen that has kept pace with the personal technology needs of travelers. At most airports, it’s obviously an afterthought,” says business jet-setter Mellanie True Hills. Added bonus: There are plug-in outlets everywhere, even in the dining areas.

Local Eats

  • Brisket at the Salt Lick, Austin-Bergstrom, Texas (AUS)
  • Foie gras and mango sandwich at Miyou, Charles de Gaulle, Paris (CDG)
  • Pastrami on rye at Shapiro’s Deli, Indianapolis, Indiana (IND)
  • Ronnybrook Dairy milk shake at Custom Burgers by Pat LaFrieda, LaGuardia, New York (LGA)
  • Alder-planked sockeye salmon at Anthony’s Restaurant, Seattle-Tacoma, Washington (SEA)

High Art
Schiphol, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

At AMS, culture goes beyond the requisite smattering of public art. An annex of the city’s Rijksmuseum curates free rotating exhibitions from the mother ship in addition to a small permanent collection of masterpieces from the Dutch Golden Age (also free). If literature is more your thing, cozy up with a book by the fake fire at the airport’s new library, where you can choose from 1,200 titles translated into 29 languages, listen to music, and download films to watch on one of nine iPads.

Retail Therapy
Heathrow, London, England

With more retail space than most small shopping malls (671,000-plus square feet), LHR offers a million opportunities to burn through that extra quid in your pocket. There are of course the ubiquitous Sunglass Huts and duty-free standbys, but what sets it apart is a focus on Brit brands. Outposts of London icon Harrods are in four terminals, including a two-story superstore in terminal 5, where you’ll also find handbag purveyor Mulberry and Olympic merchandise flagship London 2012. Plus, browse boutiques—Jo Malone and Prada—not typically found in airports.

Independent Bookstores

  • Renaissance Book Shop, General Mitchell, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (MKE)
  • Powell’s Books, Portland, Oregon (PDX)
  • 2nd Edition Book Sellers, Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina (RDU)

Designed With Travelers in Mind
Munich, Germany

A model of German efficiency, MUC boasts an average six-minute wait to claim your bags and impressive connecting time statistics, particularly in terminal 2. New InfoGates throughout the terminals provide fliers with customized directions at the touch of a screen, including the estimated walking time to their destinations and wait time at passport control. Real people are on hand at the information consoles (albeit via videoconference monitors) to answer your questions. You can use your layover to take a shower, snooze in a “napcab,” or sip a German beer at the airport’s own brewery.

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The Pros and Cons of Sitting in a Plane’s Bulkhead Row

November 23rd, 2011 by MM Airport Blog

April 28, 2011 by JetSetCD

We don’t know about you, but we prefer to sit as close to the front of the plane as possible. There’s none of that dreaded tail turbulence action, you generally get to deplane earlier, and you touch down a hair of a second before everyone in the back of the bus. One of the biggest decisions when reserving an up-front seat is whether or not to choose the very first row in your section—the one with the wall in front of it, officially referred to as the bulkhead row.

After years of the do-we, don’t-we indecision, we finally decided to list why we love, and we why we hate the bulkhead, so that you too can make informed seat map decisions.

The Pros and Cons of Bulkhead Seats:

Pros:
· First row means first one to exit when you deplane
· It’s likely that you’ll be served your beverages, snacks or meal first
· Easy access to the bathrooms; no walking the length of the plane to find them occupied
· The economy bulkhead seats behind business enjoy reduced aisle traffic
· No reclining seatbacks in front of you
· Slightly more legroom and freedom to cross your legs without hitting a seat
· No passengers in front of you leaving a reading light on while you’re trying to sleep
· Chatting up the flight attendants is easier because of proximity (depending on plane type)

Cons:
· If your plane has overhead TV screens, you must uncomfortably crane your neck up
· If your plane has a projector screen up front, no sleep or darkness for you
· You could be sharing the row with families, including crying babies and curious toddlers
· If the seats are next to the bathrooms, prepare for lines and unwelcome odors
· If the seats are next to a galley, there’s increased flight attendant traffic and bright lights
· Tray tables fold out from the armrest and can be smaller, with more joints
· No under-seat storage for purses or small carry-ons; everything goes in overhead bins
· Armrests are fixed, so no lifting them up to cuddle or lay down.

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