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Good news, Northeast friends! Tickets are NOW AVAILABLE in the following cities through November 20:
New Bedford, MA
New Haven, CT
Saratoga Springs, NY
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Effective 8/4/14, the Christiansburg arrival/departure location will be relocated to a Park and Ride Lot off I-81 Exit 118B at Route 460 (Ronoake Road), opposite Hubbell Drive. http://http://bit.ly/1o9Kh9V
Flip flops? Check. Sunglasses? Check. Service to Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, Florida? CHECK. The wheels will start rolling on August 7 for service between Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, Orlando and Tampa on 14 daily arrivals and departures. Tickets from $1, plus a reservation fee, are available TODAY! Click here to book: http://bit.ly/1npRs1J
ALL megabus.com cities are number one in our book. But we’d like to thank our friends at Fortune for recognizing a few for their up-and-coming downtowns and overall “urban coolness,” including:
Cincinnati, Ohio: Home to one of the most historic urban districts in the country.
Louisville, Kentucky: Loved for many reasons, including food trucks, flea markets and a happening Inde music scene
Kansas City, Missouri: You had us at “rooftop pool party.”
Des Moines, Iowa: Topping the list with it’s cool music festivals and award-worthy restaurants.
Check out the video here!
No plus one? No problem. There are plenty of sandy cities chalk full of legendary nightlife and happening singles scenes!
Case in point: Miami.
South Beach is the quintessential playground for adults. It’s got beautiful beaches and people from all over the world along with some seriously upscale nightlife.
If you like one-stop shopping, check into the Fontainebleau, a massive hotel resort with huge pools full of hard bodies and an ultra club on the premises: Liv. Just remember to leave your flip flops at home and dress your best after dark because unlike some beachy towns, casual attire won’t cut it here at night. During the day, stroll Lincoln Road for serious shopping and people watching before hitting the beach. Miami nights start later and go longer than most places so feel free to take a midday siesta and save your stamina for the dance floor.
We just launched our Pinterest page which is good news for us — and you! Simply follow our Pinterest page, search for travel-inspiring photos and use #WanderlustFTW in your caption of where you want to travel with megabus.com and you’ll be entered to win an iPad Air and megabus.com ticket giveaway.
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Our ears kind of sort of perk up when we hear the word “free;” which is why we’re loving this AP article on free things to do in Iowa’s capital city of Des Moines.
East Village is home to the gold-domed Capitol building, free tours and dozens of quirky shops for browsing.
If you don’t love fresh produce, live bands, delicious pastries and people-watching, the Downtown Farmers’ Market is not for you.
The Sculpture Park is home to more than two dozen works of art and a great destination for out-of-state visitors.
Waterworks Park spans across 1,500 acres of green space, bike paths and border of the Raccoon River.
Check out the free events at the Des Moines Social Club’s art gallery or black-box theater if you’re looking for an artsy entertainment scene.