Or you could go to Africa, and see all the wild game roaming around the national parks.
It is very easy and cheap to travel by air. The airplanes are very small and very fast. They seat thirty people and fly them through the sky at over 4,000 miles per hour.
Seats are not reserved in advance. You just climb aboard. It is just like the town bus service.
As the afternoon draws to a close, you might like to meet your family for dinner before you go home.
Note: A little context. In 1972 the Concorde airplane had been around for three years. It was traveled at 1,400 mph and carried less than 100 passengers. It doesn’t seem like a crazy extrapolation at all to think that speed would increase 4x over the subsequent 38 years. Of course, it didn’t. The last Concorde flew in 2003, and in 2010 the average speed of a 757 is 609 mph.
A separate prediction of Hoyle’s, that air travel was going to be “just like the town bus service,” did come true. In all the worst possible ways.