Space-time experience varies with speed. It changes the way you experience physical geography. Places most people whiz by in a car, I have come to appreciate as landmarks while cycling. 150 mile round trip could be a day-trip in a car but to me it's a multi-day trip because I would cycle it. I've sometimes thought of this as relativity at the experiential level.
The concept can be extended to air travel as well. The world is very different geographically when you are traveling by jet airliner. Major world cities are reachable in day's travel. Continents are to air travelers as states of the US are to drivers. For a cyclist, the region of one US state is like the whole US is to someone driving.
By jet airliner, cities whiz by the way a shopping center would when you're cycling. Passing a house might be the equivalent while walking. What passes by at this speed while driving?
Also think about what is lost to vision-blurring at various speeds. I notice plants, flowers, and houses in detail when cycling that just whiz by when driving. The plants and flowers are totally blurred; the houses somewhat. When walking nothing is really blurred unless I'm jogging or running. When flying, it's the scaling that changes perspective. Nothing's really blurred but a whole city appears like an ant-colony where cars are like the size of ants or beetles.
I don't think it's exactly what Einstein was intending to describe with the theories of relativity but at the experiential level, it is scaling variations in space-time. What's really interesting about it is that the same city or region can be experienced in different ways using different vehicles.
It's strange to think about how many people only have the experience of driving within a region and have never cycled for several hours on an open road. The closest they can get to that experience is if they stop their car for a few minutes and get a 'snapshot experience' of a certain spot. They can't imagine what it's like to experience a moving image of that road at 15mph. If they would drive that slow, it would just feel like being delayed and their patience would run out quickly.
On a bike, averaging 15-20 mph feels like a fast pace yet you're getting a much higher level of resolution in the moving image you're taking in. It's amazing how much the mode of transport and speed affect experience of space-time.