Our 3 Favorite Travel-Related Books to Fuel your Wanderlust

The end of the year is fast approaching, and this is when people start sharing the lessons they learned and the experiences they had in the last 12 months. Our Connecticut limo service specialists have decided to take up the challenge as well as share some of the best travel-related books we encountered this year. Try any one of these books during your holiday travels. Travel can be quite hectic sometimes and having a good book by your side can give you an escape and help you decompress when things become overwhelming. In fact, a 2009 study conducted by the University of Sussex found that reading decreases a person’s stress by up to 68%.

For your holiday travels, you may also want to consider employing the services of our Connecticut Car Service for all your transportation needs. Enjoy a smooth luxurious ride and revel in the deluxe amenities of our state-of-the-art vehicles. Our professionally trained and experienced chauffeurs will handle all the logistics for you to ensure that you get to any location of your choosing in a safe and expedient manner as you enjoy the company of a good book in the back seat.

Here are our favorite literary picks for 2018. Enjoy!!


The Alchemist

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho was first published in 1993 and quickly became an international best-seller. The book tells the story of an Andalusian shepherd called Santiago who has a deep desire to travel the world in search of treasure. However, in his search of treasure, he ends up finding himself instead. This captivating book inspires the reader to be courageous and chase after his own dreams; the book uses entertaining events to teaches important life lessons. Millions of readers around the world will attest to the fact that this book helped them overcome their own fears and go after the things they want in life.


World Walk

World Walk is a book by writer, Steven Newman, that tells the story of a newspaper writer who packed his bags at the age of 28 and went on a 4-year journey on foot. The character walked across 22 countries and visited 5 continents. You get to learn about the stories of the people he meets along the way and take part in all of his adventures including wars, arrests, blizzards, wildfires, wild animal attacks, and much more. This book teaches the reader love and hope through this daring tale.


On The Road

On The Road by Jack Kerouac is a classic American book and a semi-autobiographical story of the author, played by the character, Sal Paradise. In the 1940s, Sam and Dean Moriarty decide to go hitchhiking and train-hopping across rural America. The book has been written in a diary style and some parts may feel as though they are the rumblings of the writer. Immerse yourself into this world of adventure, drugs, and mischief and escape into the Wild Wild West this holiday season.

Posted on Nov 27 2018

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