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Cape Cod Marathon

Monday, October 27th, 2008

cape cod marathon1,270 entrants competed in the 26.2-mile 31st Dunkin’ Donuts Cape Cod Marathon and New Balance Marathon Relay. It was held in The Village Green, Falmouth, Cape Cod, MA.

Mike Fisher was the men’s and overall winner. Fisher won by a comfortable 5:46 over runner-up Bryan Kovalsky (2:38:56) of Peeksill, N.Y. Peter Richter, 35, of Norwell, was third (2:43:01).

Runner’s World calls the Cape Cod Marathon one of the 10 most scenic marathon courses in America.

The course takes you through rolling farmland and around cranberry bogs at fall harvest, to the closing miles past Nobska Light and along Vineyard Sound. A beautiful fall treat for those that attend the annual event.

If you missed the Cape Cod Marathon, you still have time to take a weekend trip to enjoy the scenic fall foilage. Fly into Boston Logan airport and rent a car from Image Rent a Car. Their fleet includes discount car rentals, SUV’s, passenger van rentals, luxury cars and exotic cars.

Touring the countryside in a Porsche convertible is a favorite or many. Roll the top back and cruise, taking in the sites and smells of fall.

Contact Image Rent A Car at (718) 771-6666 or visit them on the web at

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Affordable Transportation for a Group

Monday, October 27th, 2008

group transportation in Orlando - discount van rentalsFor those traveling in a group, IMAGE Rent A Car should be your first stop after stepping off the airplane in Orlando. IMAGE rents 12 and 15 passenger vans, perfect for schools, sports teams, church outings and any large group looking for affordable travel arrangements. Whether you are planning to visit one of the countless amusement parks located in Orlando or if you’re just looking to take in the sights of the city, a van rental is a must for groups looking to get around town. IMAGE rents vans with plenty of leg room and spacious luggage areas, including luxury high top vans. There’s no need to pile your group into a cramped public shuttle when you can rent from IMAGE and share your vacation experience in comfort. By renting a van, your group will have the flexibility to schedule your trip around your own interests rather than sticking to a shuttle schedule and route. Book your trip and start planning your itinerary today!

Orlando Airport (MCO) Florida
13351 State Road 535

Orlando MCO Airport
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Orlando, FL 32821

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Phone: 305-743-2622

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Washington, D.C. Things To Do

Sunday, October 12th, 2008

Washington D.C. discount car rentalWashington, D.C. is one of the world’s greatest capitals. This great city offers exceptional museums, parks, diverse dining, and nightlife. The best part is that nearly all of the museums are free so if you’re looking for a great family trip on a budget, Washington, D.C. is right up your alley. While there is much to do in the town, you’re best bet would be to rent a car to get from place to place - most of theattractions are spread out and traveling by foot can get rather tiresome. Below is a list of some of the highlights that you won’t want to miss while you’re in the Washington, D.C. area.

Smithsonian Museums

The Smithsonian Museums offer amazing galleries filled with national treasures. From Dorothy’s ruby slippers to the Hope Diamond, you’ll find a variety of exhibits in these world class museums. Once you drive to the National Mall, it will be difficult to choose where to begin so you may want to plan out your visit in advance. Most of the museums have guided tours as well as hands-on activities.

National Monuments

Washington, D.C. is filled with memorials and monuments honoring generals, politicians and others who shaped our nation. You can find most of the famous monuments on the National Mall, but plaques and statues are all over the city. Most of the monuments are spread out and difficult to visit on foot, so you can either take a tour or rent a car to help you get around town. Some of the most famous monuments and memorials include the Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument.


Drive to Capitol Hill and you’ll find the architectural marvel that houses the Senate and the House of Representatives. Tours are offered during the week and occasionally you can catch a live debate on the House or Senate floor. With stunning grounds and a beautiful interior, be sure to drive to the Capitol building and see government in action.

White House

A visit to Washington, D.C. isn’t complete without a stop at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The White House has self-guided tours and you can walk through the same hallowed halls as past presidents. Tour the East Room, Green Room, and State Dining Room.

National Zoo

Discover diverse and unusual creatures at the National Zoo. While the pandas are the zoo’s most famous attraction, there are plenty of monkeys, elephants, and lions plus some exotic animals you can’t find at just any zoo in the country.

National Cathedral

The National Cathedral is the 2nd largest cathedral in the nation and provides a unique experience for tourists. The 20th-century cathedral is a beautiful piece of architecture with vaults and flying buttresses built from stone. With 215 stained glass windows and gargoyle in the shape of Darth Vadar, this is a cathedral like no other.

Arlington National Cemetery

Only a short drive from the main historic Washington, D.C., a visit to Arlington National Cemetery is a deeply moving and sobering experience. The cemetery is the final resting place for some 300,000 members of the armed services dating back to the 1800s. Walk among the headstones and honor the nation’s war heroes.

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New Jersey Things To Do

Sunday, October 12th, 2008

New Jersey exotic car rentalIf you’re touring the Garden State, you’ll want to rent a car or van to get around. The scene of much history in colonial America, New Jersey is filled with historic destinations as well as plenty of fun an exciting attractions for the family. The state has a strong tradition as home to historical, cultural and recreational activities that rival any state in the nation. New Jersey is divided up into regions, each with it’s own great destinations. As you drive from region to region, you’ll be able to experience all the beauty and history that New Jersey has to offer.

Atlantic City Region

This seaside city is famous for its world-class casino hotel resorts, fantastic entertainment, sandy beaches and Boardwalk. The fast-paced city will provide you with endless activities and plenty of excitement to keep you busy for days. Top destinations in Atlantic City include Hammonton (winery), the Boardwalk, Historic Smithville and the Village Green.

Southern Shore Region

After spending some time in Atlantic City, drive your rental van or car south to the Southern Shore. Crashing waves and bay breezes will allow you to relax and unwind. This is a perfect destination for a romantic getaway or a place to spend quality time with family and friends. While you’re in the region, some great destinations are Cape May, Wildwood and Ocean City.

Delaware River Region

Drive North from the Southern Shore and Atlantic City and you’ll find the Delaware River Region of New Jersey. This is an active region where you can enjoy lush natural surroundings as well as get a taste of Revolutionary War history. Here, you’ll want to check out the Camden Waterfront, New Jersey State Museum, Pinelands, Trenton and Princeton.

Shore Region

The Shore region of New Jersey is famous for its beaches, busy boardwalks and a vast array of attractions including the Tuckerton Seaport Village, Island Beach State Park and Keansburg Amusement Park. While you’re here, stop by two beach towns with plenty to do - Seaside Heights and Long Beach Island.

Gateway Region

Hit the road in your rental car again for a short drive up to the Gateway region. This area is rich in history and best known for the thousands of immigrants who passed through Ellis Island. While you’re here, visit Newark, Hoboken and Meadowlands and you’ll find culture, great dining and beautiful natural surroundings.

Skylands Region

Just west of Gateway, you’ll drive into the Skylands region, situated in the northwest hills of New Jersey. Explore the rich beauty that this area has to offer. Whether you visit the historic sites in Morristown, float the Delaware River in Frenchtown or enjoy the gardens at Duke Farms, this region is packed with spectacular beauty.

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