By the time January rolls around, it’s normal for people to feel the post-holiday blues, and the cold and dreary weather does little to help. Escaping to a warm and sunny location is often the perfect boost to make it through the rest of the cold season, and keep those spirits up. That’s why this month’s CheckMyBus connection is Continue reading
The holiday season is here, which means Christmas decorations, timeless carols and seasonal treats. Every year, cities around the country go the extra mile to make the season as special as possible for their residents, bringing communities together. While New York City is known all over the world for its Continue reading
From painted deserts to petrified forests, and of course the world famous Grand Canyon, Arizona has been named one of the best values in travel by Lonely Planet. The south western state’s consistently dry and warm climate makes it an ideal travel destination for people looking to escape the chilly winter months while offering Continue reading
Every year, cities throughout the US have embraced the Halloween spirit by hosting various haunted houses and costumed parades, and decorating notable landmarks and buildings in a ghoulish fashion. However, some cities go above and beyond to provide thrills and chills for locals and visitors alike by recognizing the Continue reading
It’s no secret that the fall is a very special time for the northeastern states. Apple cider doughnuts, pumpkins, Halloween costumes, and Thanksgiving feasts are some of the season’s most beloved traditions, but what really makes the fall such a unique time of the year is the changing color of the leaves. People travel Continue reading
This year marks the 150th birthday of Frank Lloyd Wright, the presumably most famous American architect. While many of his early buildings are predominantly located in the Chicago area, some of his more famous edifices can be found all over the US. Wright’s design, which is commonly referred to as organic architecture Continue reading
Next time you catch yourself complaining about your 4-hour bus ride from Boston to New York City, consider this: the longest ever bus ride took almost 400 days to complete.
We’ll go back to our record-breaking mammoth of a journey in a moment but, first, let’s take a look closer to home.