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Enjoy a Day of Long Island Sightseeing in a Luxurious Limo

July 30, 2010

Take a Long Island limo sightseeing and enjoy beautiful places like the Nassau County Museum of Art.

Planning a visit to Long Island? Why not rent a limo and enjoy the region in style? There’s so much to do and see, you won’t want to waste any time. Whether you have a few days to explore or just a few hours, make sure to visit these Long Island attractions or you’ll definitely be missing out.

The Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium: Built in 1950, the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum is William K. Vanderbilt II’s 43-acre “Gold Coast” estate. He dedicated the museum to the “education and enjoyment of the public.” Vanderbilt was passionate about collecting pieces of natural history, ethnographic artifacts and fine and decorative arts. Today, visitors discover their own passions for learning within the museum and planetarium and take time to appreciate the many different life forms that walk the earth.

Nassau County Museum of Art: Visitors are invited to enjoy the historic mansion and the beautiful gardens offered at the Nassau County Museum of Art. There are several exhibitions per year that feature works of 19th, 20th and 21st century artists as well as programs that are meant to educate children and their families about art and history.

Sagamore Hill: The building that was once President Theodore Roosevelt’s Long Island home, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors who visit Sagamore Hill come to find that it looks just like it did when the Roosevelts inhabited the home from 1885-1919. Don’t miss the chance to view the original furnishings of the home as well as the President’s personal items he acquired during his travels all over the world. Stop by the museum, visitor’s center and walk the grounds of this beautiful 23-room home, you’ll be happy you did.

During your trip to Long Island, don’t forget to plan an unforgettable trip to the legendary Wine Country and take a Long Island limo wine tour. There is so much to do and see on Long Island, you’ll wish you planned a longer vacation.

Plan the Perfect Long Island Limo Wine Tour Outing this Summer

July 9, 2010

Take a Long Island limo wine tour this summer for a special treat with your friends.

This summer whether you live in, nearby or far from Long Island, plan a trip with friends to visit the beautiful Long Island country side and take a limo wine tour. It’s the perfect getaway for adults to spend time talking about life, laughing, reconnecting with old friends, eating delicious food and tasting exceptional wine in the very place it was made. Imagine relaxing as your limo wine tour chauffeur shows you around beautiful Long Island wine county. There are so many wineries to choose from, the hardest part about this trip will be deciding which to visit.

To plan the perfect vacation for you and your friends this summer, first figure out how many people will be going on this trip. It you plan on having 15 people or more, you can request a private limousine for you and your guests. You may first request a quote, then make a reservation with Long Island wine tours. You’ll be able to enjoy as many wineries as you can fit in one day, which is usually about 4. Most wineries are open from 11:00am – 5:00pm daily, but a few are only open on the weekends or by appointment. See our list of Long Island wineries and visit their Websites to help you decide which ones you would like to visit during your limo wine tour.

Second, decide what to do for lunch. You may eat at one of the wineries or you can have a gourmet lunch provided by Five Towns Limo. The delicious lunch menu has 11 different choices for lunch including salads, sandwiches, wraps and paninis. Each lunch comes with a side of chips and fruit. There’s something for everyone on this menu, including a few vegetarian options.

After the group has formed, the reservations have been made and the lunch options have been decided, the only thing left to do is sit back, relax and enjoy a day of fun in the gorgeous Long Island countryside. Make sure to bring a camera because the view you will witness is something that you’ll never want to forget. Visit both quaint and elaborate wineries, and some that are decades old. It’s an experience of a lifetime, a chance to let loose with friends and hopefully discover some new wine that your taste buds go crazy for.