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Articles about bus

Travel & Places
by TerrieTez
8 years ago
Open Top Bus

City sightseeing is a must-do activity if you are visiting a city for the first time. With a 24 or 48 hour ticket you can hop on and off to suit yourself. Hop off to visit a particular landmark and hop back on another open top bus when you've seen the sight.It's a wonderful way to make sure you don't miss all the important attractions that you may have heard about and longed to visit.

Travel & Places
by Millsy36
5 years ago
How to Get Two Seats to Yourself on the Greyhound Bus

When you travel a long distance greyhound bus trip it's a much improved experience if you do not have to sit next to a stranger. These are field tested strategies that maximize the chances that you get to have two seats to yourself.

Travel & Places
by Mic Brody
7 years ago
Taking the Bus, ride at your own Risk

Ever wonder what it takes to make a successful bus trip? Well here's how!

Technology
by Double Stuf Giraffe
6 years ago
The Best Games You've Never Heard Of: Bus Jumper (Android)

A comprehensive review of the mechanics and allure of the Android-exclusive game, Bus Jumper.

Travel & Places
by ologsinquito
5 years ago
Riding the Bolt Bus - An Inexpensive Way to Get From Seattle to Portland

Bolt Bus is a low cost bus service operating in the Pacific Northwest, as well as in the Northeastern part of the United States.

History
by Jet Smith
5 years ago
Claudette Colvin Refused To Get Up Before Rosa Parks Did

In the 1950's the law in Montgomery Alabama ordered African-Americans travelers on city buses to give up their seats for white passengers. On December 1, 1955 Rosa Parks was arrested for breaking this law, her actions set into motion the Montgomery Alabama Bus Boycott and brought more attention to The Civil Rights Movement. Many people are unaware that nine months before Parks, Claudette Colvin refused to give up her seat on the same bus route.

History
by TheAnalyst
9 years ago
How Rosa Parks Took a Stand By Staying Seated

Ever heard the saying, 1CIf you don 19t stand for something you will fall for anything? 1D Well, make no mistake, Rosa Parks stood so tall for her rights, while seated, that the racial segregation laws that she fought against came crumbling down...

Entertainment
by Rory Mullen
9 years ago
Riding Greyhound Useful Tips

Riding the Greyhound bus lines is typically the cheapest way of transportation. Grey hound has been around for around 50 years and have been running routes though out the United States. Grey Hounds home office is currently in the city of Dallas TX. When you take the first trip...

Travel & Places
by Nikon
9 years ago
Onsen Hot Springs in the Japanese Alps

Onsen hot springs in the Japanese Alps are a great place to relax and enjoy nature.

Entertainment
by thesketcher
7 years ago
How to Survive In Black Ops 2 Zombies

This is a survival technique that worked for me in Black Ops 2 Zombies.

Travel & Places
by Ernie
9 years ago
Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour From Las Vegas

If you are vacationing to Las Vegas then you should schedule a day to go see the Grand Canyon. There is a multitude of ways that you can go seethis wonder, but a guided bus trip is often the easiest and most inexpensive way to go there from Vegas. ...

Travel & Places
by kelsorogers
10 years ago
Burkina Bus Boy

We've all had our fair share of transport that just doesn't work out. A late bus, train, taxi or flight can hold you back and make you stressed. The problem with transportation in Burkina Faso, though, is that it's not really on-time or late, it is just there when...

Travel & Places
by westernmom
9 years ago
My Experience on a Greyhound Bus

Is saving money worth taking a Greyhound bus over flying? After this experience, it wouldn't be my choice.

Travel & Places
by mqPenn22
8 years ago
Inexpensive Travel with Megabus - Tips and How To's

Looking for an inexpensive way to travel the USA, Canada, or the UK? With the Megabus.com intercity coach line and a little bit of know-how, cheap bus tickets are only a few clicks away!

Auto
by budgetgeek
9 years ago
The Smart Guide to Effective Transit Advertising

I'm sure you have seen your fair share of ads rolling in front of you, whether those ads are wrapped on a bus, on a taxi, on a car, on a train, and yes, sometimes on an airplane. These advertising works best for companies that have decent budget and...

Travel & Places
by Battenberg
7 years ago
Entertainment
by Jake Harrison
7 years ago
Black Ops 2 Zombies Guide, Tricks and Tips

For those of you have already played Black Ops 2 Zombies, you know that it is very different than the last Black Ops!! Especially on the Transit map, there are a few tricks to know that will help you with game play.

Entertainment
by Dominic Williams
7 years ago
I'll Get You For This, Butler!

On The Buses was one of ITV's first major hit sitcoms.  Starting in 1969, it was panned by critics for being vulgar and looking back on it today you have to agree that they were ultimately right.  The show was badly dated in terms of political correctness, but despite...

Travel & Places
by beccanelson
5 years ago
Where is Quetzaltenango, Anyway?

A few months ago, I moved to what is perhaps one of the most underrated cities in the world. Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, also known as Xela (pronounced shay-la) is a fascinating and inexpensive cultural experience.

Travel & Places
by Erol
8 years ago
Bangkok to Koh Samui, Thailand The Local Way

Comfortable and cheap way from Bangkok to Koh Samui while avoiding all the hassles of feeling like cattle and not being in control of how and when you will arrive on Koh Samui.

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