• Passenger Rights on Intercity Buses

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    While perhaps not as regulated as in Europe, most American bus companies provide a base standard for passenger rights. But how do passenger rights in the U.S. compare to the rest of the world, particularly...

  • Travel Through Movies

    Travel and movies  often go hand in hand. Production scouts search for locations that offer beautiful landscapes and architecture, vibrant culture or stunning city backdrops. Here are 10 movies in no particular order that will...

  • 12 French châteaux in the Loire Valley

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    When thinking of French castles and palaces, luxurious châteaux like Versailles may spring to mind. One of the country’s most idyllic regions happens to be chock full of dazzling castles. These extravagant buildings harbor so...

  • Haunting Halloween Destinations Across the USA

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    Every year, cities throughout the US have embraced the Halloween spirit by hosting haunted houses, spooky masquerades, costumed parades, and decorating notable landmarks and buildings in a ghoulish fashion. However, some cities go above and...

  • Safety measures for post-coronavirus travel

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    Bus stations and airports around the world are resuming operations within the new reality of the pandemic. Among the new safety measures for post-coronavirus travel (COVID-19) adopted, the most common ones are an added emphasis...

  • Bus Transportation in the United States

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    2020 has been an extremely challenging year for the bus industry in the United States.  The spread of COVID-19 has forced the majority of American intercity bus operators to halt operations or reduce services.  As...

  • #BusForGood: The Heroes of the Coronavirus Crisis

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    With the coronavirus situation, many around the world are urged to stay at home. And right now, even though everything seems like bad news, there’s still a lot of good going around we’d like to...