Yes, you are correct is you like traveling by car because it's more comfortable (lots of room, soft seats, good shocks so the ride is smooth, etc.)If I am asked 'Which was the most comfortable journey?' I could answer,"when we went to the Alps by car because i like travelling by car.It makes me feel good'
And 'Which was the most convenient journey?' My answer, " when we went to the Alps by car because there were no traffic jams'
Will it be correct?
This is all good advice, even if the thread is over five years old.If I want to fly from Boston, near my home, to Philadelphia for an afternoon meeting, there is a flight that leaves at 10:30 am and arrives at 11:59 am*. This time is perfect for me; this flight is very convenient. However, it is convenient for many other people also. Therefore, it will be full and there will be no chance of an upgrade to first class. If I take a flight at a less popular time, such as the one that leaves at 5:30, it will be less convenient, but it will also be less crowded and (if I'm lucky) I will get a free upgrade. Therefore, it will be more comfortable.
*Very few flights are scheduled to arrive or depart at noon or midnight. The reason is that "12:00 am" and "12:00 pm" are confusing: which is noon, which is midnight? Even if an airline uses the 24-hour clock internally and in its timetables, it can't stop people from writing down times in the more familiar 12-hour system. To reduce this confusion, flights which would normally be scheduled to land at noon or midnight are moved in one direction or the other by one minute.
It's never too late, sdgraham. I too had a problem with using these two adjectives and none of my books gave an adequate explanation of how they should be used in different situations. The posts by Damnjoe and Egmont are just excellent and so very helpful.This is all good advice, even if the thread is over five years old.