Week 7 - HTT modes of travel

Week 7 - HTT modes of travel - Modes of Travel There can be...

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Modes of Travel There can be many ways to travel. The three that will be discussed are traveling in an automobile, an airplane, and a train. So we are dealing with planes, trains, and automobiles, let’s get to it. We will talk about finances, time, destination, trip route, and my own personal preferences with all three modes of transit. We are traveling to Orlando, FL from Arlington, TX, so I will discuss using all three modes of transportation going there. According to our textbook, traveling by automobile is the most popular way to travel in America today or at least as of 2006. The time that it would take to drive to Orlando is about sixteen hours. Driving is cheaper than all other traveling if you’re traveling with more than one person. It will cost about $138 each way for gas. Not including food, car breaks down, or stopping at a hotel for the night. The trip route you choose will depend on how fast you get there. Some people will stop at every tourist attraction along the way. For me, driving is the cheapest
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course HTT 200 taught by Professor Many during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 7 - HTT modes of travel - Modes of Travel There can be...

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